eMotion Stories by GO UFO Ltd

eMotion Stories by GO UFO Ltd is a collection of interactive stories for deaf and hard of hearing children. The app and the first story are free. The app features an in-app store to buy other stories. The stories are beautiful illustrated. As with most interactive books, the words are highlighted as they are read.... Continue Reading →

Shiny Circus by Shiny Things

Shiny Circus by Shiny Things is an educational math app geared to children 2 to 5 years of age. It consists of a story about the circus and a set of math concept activities. The story part of the app is typical of a good interactive story book. The words of the story are highlighted... Continue Reading →

Brave Rooney by Bacciz

Brave Ronney by Bacciz is a story about a little boy starting at a new school where he doesn't feel as special as the other kids. It has all the usual features that make such apps entertaining. As usual you have multiple options on how the book is read. Including being able to automatically flip... Continue Reading →

puppup by Graymedia

I love electronics books and puppup by Graymedia is an excellent example of one. This particular story book follows the adventure of a loved stuffed animal that gets lost at the zoo, and the adventure that follows as he tries to get back to his family. The story book is beautifully narrated by a human... Continue Reading →

Gartu in the Kindergarten by UPigames

Gartu in the Kindergarten is a 20 mini-activities education app designed for children 2-6 years old. I won't be able to describe all the activities but some of them are reading, matching, and item does not belong. Apparently the app is a fresh translation of an online app designed by a private school in Spain.... Continue Reading →

Miko Wants a Dog by Auryn Apps

Although children paper books continue to sell well (and in my opinion they will always have a place), electronics story books continue to get better and better. Miko Wants a Dog is an extremely well done storybook. The illustrations are beautiful, the story is sweet and the book is narrated by human voices. The app... Continue Reading →

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