Strange and Wonderful World of Ants

Review Excerpt: Three reading levels in the same book? Why not? While we’re at it, why not let a child pick the level they like, from any page? First published in 2011, The Strange & Wonderful World of Ants is an app that keeps coming up in conversations about good eBook design. Based around pencil illustrations by Oregon-based Melinda Matson, with text and programming by Montreal-based author/publisher Amos Latteier, this app contains 29 screens that are infested with ant facts. Each screen can be changed either by a traditional left or right swipe, or by touching a line of dots on the bottom of the screen. This makes it easy to jump around in the story, or move through page by page. Subscribers, please log into our database using your password to read the full review along with our rating, and see why this received our Editor’s Choice Award.

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