Rights Information for Virtual Story Time
Greetings from Flyaway Books! We hope you and your families are healthy. It’s a trying time for us all and we wish you well.
We’ve heard from many who wish to offer video readings of our children’s books. We’re very happy for you to do so! In most cases, you may livestream readings or prerecord and post them on your website and social media channels. We ask that you please:
Mention that you are reading with permission from Flyaway Books
Tag us so we can enjoy your readings too! You can find us on:
On some titles, we’ve partnered with other publishers whose guidelines vary. For information on Where Is Home Daddy Bear?, Where Are You Hiding, God?, and What in the World Is Wrong with Gisbert? please contact email@example.com.
It’s fine for readers to show the book’s illustrations during the reading. However, we do ask that you refrain from sharing images of the individual book pages on your sites, except as explained in the next paragraph. Also, please note that we do not allow books to be shared and scanned via PDF.
You are always welcome to share pictures of our book covers on your social media channels and/or websites. If you’d like to share interior images from our books to advertise your virtual story time, please link to the preview pages on our site. For example, here’s a preview of Brian the Brave by Paul Stewart and illustrator Jane Porter. You can access the preview pages by clicking on the “Flyaway Preview” button, located on the top right side of each 3D book cover on our website.
What are other publishers doing? School Library Journal is keeping track of current policies. You can view updates here.
Thanks for working so hard to reach children and families during this time. It’s wonderful to see communities coming together in creative ways and we are committed to helping in whatever way we can.
The Flyaway Books Team