New Scribble Press for iPad Features – for Teachers

April 5, 2012 at 12:45 am Leave a comment

New Scribble Press for iPad Features – for Teachers

We’re excited to report that almost 50,000 kids and grownups around the world have used Scribble Press to create books in their classrooms and at home since we launched just a few short months ago.

Here are just a few of our favorite books from classroom projects:

If I Ran for President, by Alejandro

How Neptune Lost His Ring, by Stefan

My Cat is a Ninja, by unknown

And by people just having fun with the App at home:

Manina’s Boat House, by Walkiria

The Zombie Atopolips, by Ethan

Socks, by Topher

Happy 75th Birthday, Grandma by your family

And here’s where you can browse the whole library of books that have been shared in our public gallery:


You can create a classroom account with a private bookshelf here.    You can set up accounts for every student, without needing an email address, and the books will upload to your private online bookshelf.  COMING SOON:  Share the online bookshelf with your students’ families so they can buy copies and benefit your school!

If you want to order books for an entire classroom, invoicing is available – but must be arranged ahead of time.  We can combine orders to reduce shipping cost.  We’ll email you an estimate or invoice before making and shipping your books.

Questions?  Email us anytime at  Happy scribbling!

Entry filed under: Teach and Mentor, Uncategorized.

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