Participants Needed For Parent and Tween Focus Groups
Seattle parents and kids are needed for two focus groups on Saturday, February 2nd, to discuss a new series of eBooks.
The eBooks are from the Kingdom of Hamelot, a series of poem-stories based in a mythical, Elizabethan-era kingdom. The world of Hamelot is rooted in historical facts about the time period and includes tales of magic, intrigue and deception, as well as friendship, acceptance and love. An enhanced eBook experience, the Kingdom of Hamelot takes advantage of new technologies, meaning the stories are accompanied by music and narration, timely vocabulary and rich illustrations—and even entertaining supplemental videos (featuring the pretentious and fictional historian, Thelonious Bouchez).
The focus groups will take place from 11:30am to 12:30pm at the Youngstown Art and Culture Center, 4408 Delridge Way SW. One of the groups will be for boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 13 and the other for parents. Ideally parents and their kids can sign up together, but individual kids and parents are also welcome. If kids are participating without their parents, they must sign in with another responsible adult who will also pick them up at the conclusion of the event.