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Monster books for kids are fun options for not only getting your child excited about reading, but helping him or her get over any “monster under the bed”-related fears. Check out the following excellent monster books and enjoy spending time reading with your little ‘un: Monster Mess Monster Mess is a goofy rhyming book by …

Instill a love of books in your children early by reading to them regularly. There’s plenty of classic children’s books to pick from, all of which feature memorable characters and lessons younglings will take with them always. Check out a few top picks before creating your reading list: Where The Wild Things Are No list of …

Whether looking to keep your kids occupied and stimulated during summer or holiday breaks, it helps to have a few resources on hand. There’s plenty of craft books full of kid-friendly ideas, but some are far superior to others. Check out our picks for the top children’s craft books and never run out of innovative …

Here are the New & Noteworthy kids apps for June – straight from the App Store. The App Store isn’t always right in its recommendations, but it’s a good place to start when looking for a new app. Some apps may be rated age 9+. Enjoy! [tabtext]Fun & Games[/tabtext] [tabtext]Books[/tabtext] [tabtext]Education[/tabtext] [tabtext]Art, Music, Creativity[/tabtext] Fun …

Matching and memory games can be fun for the whole family, and if you’re like me, your kids probably do better at the game than the adults. Here are some favorites matching games for you and your family to check out. CutieMatch Matching App by: Cutie Match Rating: 4 / 5 iPhone / iPod / …

★ 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.

In additional to the beautifully illustrated ebook for the iPad, you also have the option of having the ebook read to you in either English, Chinese, or in your own recorded voice. Most of the charm from this iPad app is the stories themseles, although there is also a spot the difference game in the iPad app too.