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Review Excerpt: This celebration of unconventional language comes from the printed book published by Scholastic, with a hillbilly guitar vocal by Craig Smith (Author), and illustrations ...
Review Excerpt: This interactive book mixes clearly written middle and high school level reading with 71 interactive, embedded and finger-driven math demonstrations. As a result, this ...
Review Excerpt: This app is designed to introduce children to sight words. If you’ve ever played Endless Alphabet (CTR Feb 2013) or Endless Numbers, you get the idea of Endless ...
Review Excerpt: Two activities¬† — upper/lower letter matching, and letter tracing, feature the Man with the Yellow Hat and Curious George. Subscribers,¬†please log into our database ...
Review Excerpt: Inspired from the 2007 book by Palm Publishing and the Smithsonian Institution, this Bug Alphabet book features 26 bugs; one per screen, with two paragraphs and clear ...
Review Excerpt: Where’s My Monster is the second release from Martin Hughes (see also Monster’s Socks, CTR Editor’s Choice, July 2012). The narrative is drawn from ...
Review Excerpt: This 29 screen animated storybook tells the story of a boy with an unusual name (Rolling Pea) who must try to rescue his brothers and sisters from an evil dragon. The ...
Review Excerpt: The Nut Job movie comes to an app, with four activities and a narrated page-by-page storybook. In the story, you join Surly the squirrel as he helps the squirrels get ...
Review Excerpt: This is a phonics drill app that asks you to match pictures to initial sounds. Successful answers are rewarded with interesting monsters — the more words you unlock, ...
Review Excerpt: Nancy Drew has appeared in books, movies and PC / Mac platforms. This app marks her debut on tablets (iPad, Kindle and Android). SIn the first of the series, Ghost of ...
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