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Last February, a small group of judges met in a small darkened room, deep inside in the Italian headquarters of the Bologna Children’s Book Fair, to debate and select the winners ...
By Warren Buckleitner It took a rogue pediatrician in Utah to inspire this article.  You see, for Dr. Nygaard, an app is like a toxin. But others might see this same app as a tutor, ...
 “Sometimes it is the people who no one imagines anything of who do the things that no one can imagine.” Attributed in the movie “The Imitation Game” to Joan Clarke, Alan ...
NOTE: This is an archived article that was available in the January 2015 issue of Children’s Technology Review. Download the PDF. What if there were a great, wise and all knowing ...
[Archived content from the December 2014 issue of Children’s Technology Review. See also the Children’s Tablet Price Comparison Sheet] by Warren Buckleitner Moore’s ...
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This article was reprinted from the August 2014 issue of Children’s Technology Review. Click here to subscribe and be the first to get ad-free, original articles like this one. ...
Pierre Abel is living proof that you can make a solid living making children’s apps without the help of a big PR firm or licensed characters. You don’t need a fancy studio name, ...
Review Excerpt: This app models phonemic sounds with a  human mouth, so children can see the way a mouth moves when making different phonemic sounds. It is important to note that this ...
Review Excerpt: Children walk Mr. Fox through a ten step daily routine, presented by way of scrolling pages. The day starts with tooth brushing at 7 AM and ends with an 8 PM bedtime. ...
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