Our secret online community is the place where kids will be able to interact with the characters, play games, take part in contests, share their own adventures, and so much more! It is also password protected and constantly monitored, so it is safe and secure. If you are using our materials educationally, we have gobs of great content for you, as well as an area in our forums where students can publish their academic writing and give and receive feedback.Develop an interest in life as you see it; the people, things, literature, music – the world is so rich it is literally throbbing with rich treasures, beautiful souls and interesting people. Forget yourself.– Henry Miller
A gadget-filled and fun homepage where users can click around to find content, with many surprises along the way.
Links to three of our main characters’ blogs where the characters will constantly share what they learn on their travels as well as what happens to them personally. Contests and polls will also be included.
Crameye’s Forum is the place where kids can ask the characters questions directly, as well as each other. They will also be able to share their own adventures, and in a special section ideal for those using the books educationally, they can post their academic writing, as well as give and receive feedback.
Educational posts informing kids about World Languages...
UNESCO World Heritage Sites...
Art and architecture from around the world...
And world cuisine.
Our three main characters also share their favorite links to cool places around the web.
Games! Our own game, Culture Cram, is under development, but until it is ready, we have found some great games to keep kids busy.
Lots of fun components and gadgets to keep kids entertained. They will even be able to take part in contests to win prizes from abroad! There is also a download area where kids can enter their secret password and download our e-books.
You are also welcome to visit the site and look around. The provided password is a read-only password, which will let you see everything, but not post anything to any of the blogs or forums. To view the site with full functionality, a computer, laptop or desktop, works best. Tablets and smartphones work for 95% of the content, but some of the embedded video and avatars only work on computers.