The thing with scanning is that to do it properly means you have to melt the binding.
You'll have the book in some other format (cbz is great), but the physical copy needs to be more or less destroyed for a really good scan.
Ah well, pics of the pages can do for now. (As long they're legible)
Kinda like what was done for The Elements of Harmony and The Journal of the Two Sisters that was storytimed here last time. (Oddly, those two I've mentioned have ebook versions but no one ripped them yet.)
thanks man, glad to know someone's liking it.
Joining in to say thanks as well, looks like a lot of pages to go. Hope you'll manage to finish storytiming all three of the books.
Also, once you're done, can you upload the zip/rar of books somewhere so we don't have to individually save each image in the thread? Thanks again for doing this!
I'll try to do it after each book, not tonight though>>20110859
Alright guys I'm finally done with this one.
I'm going to sleep now.
Will get to these after college and studyan, looks like a nice read. And a whole helluva lot of it too.
>epsom salt-lick bath
What? I've noticed some minor grammatical errors so far (misuse of definite article). But that's... a bit worse. I know it's supposed to be a horse pun but it doesn't work well.
While epsom salt is used for baths, it's rarely digested. Usually only as a laxative and can be dangerous if consumed over a period of time.
Salt-licks for animals are made of a different, safer salt, such as sea-salt because they're meant to be consumed for a longer period than a laxative needs. For horses specifically, it's fed as a supplement over the winter.
Otherwise, it's written decently for a kids' series, I've read far worse. Plus it's also interesting enough to keep me reading even if I don't usually care about the treasure hunting genre. I'm pretty surprised.