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RiseUp EQ Press
RiseUp EQ Press is the publishing division of RiseUp EQ. In addition to producing fun educational flip books for kids, we produce flip books for nonprofit organizations and for-profit businesses.
Create a flip book for your next fundraising campaign. Easy!
Tell the story about your company’s products and services in a fun, interactive way. Easy!
Learn how flip books can take any organization to another level.
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- Are you a nonprofit organization?
- Are you looking for a creative way to raise more funds?
- Do you want a custom publication to tell your unique story and engage your donors?
- Are you looking for a way to organize your posts, videos, and images for your supporters?
“As an educator with over 4 decades of experience working with learners in the 3rd to 5th grade range, I find the materials offered by RiseUp Equestrian Academy to be well suited to children of those ages…
Whether reading “Life Cycle of a Horse” for pleasure or as an assignment, the reader will be entertained through engaging and interactive features,
No matter the reader’s current level of horse knowledge, the book is bound to spark limitless curiosity and opportunities for further learning!
“Life Cycle of a Horse” is an engaging workbook suited for any young horse lover. The interacting story of the horse Merlin told through the history and science of equine animals is both captivating and unique.
…filled with humor, creativity, and integrity, that will be enjoyed by all ages. This is a must for any horse lover to learn and share.
The workbooks are a truly beautiful way for any young learner curious about horses (or already in love with them) to develop their understanding of who horses are…
Life Cycle of a Horse by Robyn Smith is a thorough recount of the young life of a horse through the lens of Merlin. The book is chock-full of activities that educate the young reader and reinforce important concepts…
As a Montessori educator, I know the importance of following the child. This means noticing what the student is drawn to and finding a way to work these interests into the works of the classroom…