Authored Books

As a speaker of a very low resourced language - Tigrinya - I grew up without access to reading materials, especially during the early child hood years. To alleviate this problem, I have worked with some authors to adapt children's books to Tigrinya. You can check on Amazon some of the recently published storybooks here and here.

As a speaker of a very low resourced languages - Tigrinya - I grew up without access to reading materials, especially during the early child hood years. To alleviate this problem I have worked with some authors to adapt children’s books to Tigrinya.

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Caption photos easily. On the left, a road goes through a tunnel. Middle, leaves artistically fall in a hipster photoshoot. Right, in another hipster photoshoot, a lumberjack grasps a handful of pine needles.
This image can also have a caption. It's like magic.

You can also put regular text between your rows of images. Say you wanted to write a little bit about your project before you posted the rest of the images. You describe how you toiled, sweated, bled for your project, and then… you reveal it’s glory in the next row of images.

You can also have artistically styled 2/3 + 1/3 images, like these.

The code is simple. Just wrap your images with <div class="col-sm"> and place them inside <div class="row"> (read more about the Bootstrap Grid system). To make images responsive, add img-fluid class to each; for rounded corners and shadows use rounded and z-depth-1 classes. Here’s the code for the last row of images above:

<div class="row justify-content-sm-center">
  <div class="col-sm-8 mt-3 mt-md-0">
    <img
      class="img-fluid rounded z-depth-1"
      src="/assets/img/6.jpg"
      alt=""
      title="example image"
    />
  </div>
  <div class="col-sm-4 mt-3 mt-md-0">
    <img
      class="img-fluid rounded z-depth-1"
      src="/assets/img/11.jpg"
      alt=""
      title="example image"
    />
  </div>
</div>