Creating a new title page    This is the Bookshelf View     (the Main StoryKit screen)    The first page of each of your s...
Main Page ViewThis is the Main Page of your story,Where you can choose to read, edit,or share it.I don’t want the current ...
Edit Pages ViewI want a new “title” page,so I scroll down my pagesto the row that says,“Create New Page.”(Note that you ca...
Edit (single) Page View    Create your new page, with photos,    title text, etc.    Once done, Tap “Edit Pages” (top left...
Edit Pages ViewNow you’re back to the “Edit Pages” view,where you can see the list of pagesin your book.Here is where you ...
Rearrange Pages View     The list of pages doesn’t change,     But the icons for each page do.     There are little red “d...
Rearrange Pages View   To Move your new “Title” page   To the top, or first page of your book,   Tap and hold the “re-arra...
Rearrange Pages View   Once you’ve rearranged the pages   the way that you like,   with the new title page at the top,   T...
Edit Pages ViewYou will be back at your “Edit Pages” view.If you are satisfied with the orderof your pages,Tap “Details.” ...
Main Storybook View   Now you see that the first page, and   new “Title Page” for your book   has been changed.   When you...
Bookshelf ViewNow when you lookat your StoryKit bookshelf,you should see the storywith its new “Cover” page.Questions?Emai...
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StoryKit: Rearranging Pages, Creating Book Cover/Title Pages

  1. 1. Creating a new title page This is the Bookshelf View (the Main StoryKit screen) The first page of each of your stories Is their title page. If you want to add a new title page, this is a way to do it. Tap on the story you want to edit. 1
  2. 2. Main Page ViewThis is the Main Page of your story,Where you can choose to read, edit,or share it.I don’t want the current first pageto be the “title” page. I want a bettercover for the story.So, I tap “Edit.” 2
  3. 3. Edit Pages ViewI want a new “title” page,so I scroll down my pagesto the row that says,“Create New Page.”(Note that you can also selectan existing page to be your title page.If you just want to re-arrangeexisting pages, skip this step andgo to slide #5 in this presentation.)If you want to add a new page, though,Tap “Create New Page.” 3
  4. 4. Edit (single) Page View Create your new page, with photos, title text, etc. Once done, Tap “Edit Pages” (top left). 4
  5. 5. Edit Pages ViewNow you’re back to the “Edit Pages” view,where you can see the list of pagesin your book.Here is where you can move pages around.You want to move the new “title” pageThat you created to the top(i.e., first page).Tap on “Arrange.” 5
  6. 6. Rearrange Pages View The list of pages doesn’t change, But the icons for each page do. There are little red “delete” buttons On the left of each page, and Little “multi-row” re-arrange icons On the right. Re-arrange icon DELETE icon 6
  7. 7. Rearrange Pages View To Move your new “Title” page To the top, or first page of your book, Tap and hold the “re-arrange” icon, And move your desired title page up. (sorry about the dis-embodied finger. It’s the easiest way to demonstrate.) 7
  8. 8. Rearrange Pages View Once you’ve rearranged the pages the way that you like, with the new title page at the top, Tap “Done.” (top right) 8
  9. 9. Edit Pages ViewYou will be back at your “Edit Pages” view.If you are satisfied with the orderof your pages,Tap “Details.” (top left)This will bring you backto your main book view. (next slide) 9
  10. 10. Main Storybook View Now you see that the first page, and new “Title Page” for your book has been changed. When you go back to your “Bookshelf” view, you should see your book with this new “Cover” page. Again, the “Cover” of a book is just its first page. So if you want a distinctive “cover” – one that has a photo, author name, title test, or similar, You just create it as your first page. 10
  11. 11. Bookshelf ViewNow when you lookat your StoryKit bookshelf,you should see the storywith its new “Cover” page.Questions?Email us at: storykit@childrenslibrary.org 11

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