• 16 interactive e-books for the whole school

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  • Audio books, print books and Apps available from one of Europe's leading publishers

  • 16 interactive books for
    Iwb, Pad, Laptop or phone

  • Differentiation support:
    Dyslexia, reluctant and
    advanced readers

  • New and established authors added every month

This English fiction resource has been designed by publishers and writers in cooperation with English teachers from the USA and UK. All of the books used are printed and distributed by one of Europe’s leading publishing houses. Audio books and apps are also available.

An International School teacher speaks about Polar Fish

“We started using Polar Fish Interactive in September 2012 with our 14 and 15 year old students. It was our first time working with ebooks and the experience was extremely rewarding. All our reading was done in class in groups of three – Students chose their own method of reading – some did so silently, others out loud together.
We did the activities together before the book, after each chapter and at the end of the book.

Students presented their final activity to the class and gave a brief summary of the story as well as their feedback about the reading activity. We also made video trailers for the books as movies – which was a lot of fun and gave the students a real chance to explore ideas and methods of presentation. We found the interactive questions gave the students an opportunity to get to know each other on a deeper level – which was great to see. Although we did all the books in class time, there is a clear use here as fun homework assignments.

We have already used most of the books on the site and a couple of them were a bit young for this age group (Lawless, Bilious Blue, The Still Feather and Speed of Winter) but would be perfect for younger readers. For this age group, Yellow Eyes, Burn, Sound of Drums and Snowfall were ideal and all fantastic reads.”

This is a terrific fiction resource for schools and a great way to really use technology in the classroom.”

Marja P, Finland.

Grades 7-9 English Teacher
Oulu International School