Posts in tag

book apps


Bringing the holiday season alive for children is so important. What better way to do just that, than to stock your iPad and iPhone with charming stories like Elly’s Christmas for your readers, young and old?

Lulu in Polynesia is an adventure worth taking. It is a reasonably priced e-book with a lot of activities. A bonus, your children will have fun while learning about Polynesia.

As much as I love a good Disney princess, there is something sweet and silly about Nosy Crow’s version of Cinderella. Prince Charming also departs from the perfect handsomeness of the Disney character and instead shows a freckle faced boy who’s into ping-pong and ice-cream parties. Like their 3 Little Pigs app, Nosy Crow add …

Hide Run Growl is an adorable app about a tiger cub who decides to help his injured mum by going hunting for dinner. Told in rhyme, the app follows the cub as he meets different animals along the way.

★ Check out our new review for How The Grinch Stole Christmas! How The Grinch Stole Christmas! is a true classic and one of my favorite Christmas books of all time. Now “How The Grinch Stole Christmas!” is available as an ebook, a game app and a cool photography app for kids. Developed by Oceanhouse …

Christmas is the time when families gather together – and kids go crazy over toys. But what about the run up to Christmas? There are letters to Santa to write, seasons greetings – and a whole bunch or apps to get the kids excited. Here are just some of them… Also, check out our Christmas …

Hello…and happy Thanksgiving holidays to all!. Here are a few Thanksgiving apps for kids that are popular right now. I couldn’t resist Cookie Doodle – the other Thanksgiving apps have a rating of 4 or above, but I’d love to hear what you think. Cookie Doodle – universal app Thanksgiving Match Game – iPhone / …

This ebook is one of the most delightful books for young kids available on the iPhone / iPad / iPod as an app. One Rainy Day is a cute little story about a duck who loves the rain. The book is simple and gentle – and I would recommend it for babies old enough to engage in any book – digital or not.

Read Me Stories by 8interactive is a great idea, however this idea gets lost in translation. Firstly, the app is quite slow and both parent and child get impatient waiting for it to load. Once loaded, you have 2 books that you can read but you can see books that are coming soon – inevitably the child wants to read one of the books that is not currently available, and this is where the frustration begins.