This is a great app for instilling a love of reading into technologically-savvy children! The app includes two free books which are fully interactive and feature three reading modes. With over one hundred titles and more added each week, PlayTales seems like a game but teaches like a book!
March of the Dinosaurs is an interactive iPad book featuring 3D dinosaurs. Spin and zoom the dinosaurs with one touch and explore the Arctic of 70 million years ago. Have the story narrated or read it at your own pace as you enjoy the dinosaurs and amazing interactive experience.
Here's the perfect way to create and star in your very own comic book. ComicBook! lets you use a plethora of fonts, captions, filters and other tools to transform your snaps into comics. Reckon your friend would make a good villain? Fancy yourself as a superhero? There's nothing stopping you!
With original Sherlock Holmes text by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and a whole host of added modern features,this app is a great way to enjoy a classic book. Chilling scream, spreading blood, realistic rain - these are just some of the excellent effects. Let your imagination tell you the story!
Yep, that Al Yankovic! Using his awesome word talent for a kid's book instead of parody songs, Weird Al has produced a great story. When I Grow Up tells the tale of children considering all kinds of weird and wonderful careers options. Interactive, funny and creative.
If you want a good e-book reader for Android, take a look at NOOK. Barnes & Noble's app gives you access to millions of books, hundreds of free titles and excellent organisation. Look up words in a dictionary, turn pages with a swipe and read newspapers and magazines. Love it!
With over 2 million paid titles and thousands of free e-books available, Kobo lets you find the perfect reading material no matter when you need it. With offline reading, adjustable text and automatic bookmarking so you start where you left off, it's ideal for keen readers.
The coffee-table book will cost up to $650, the iPad app with the same content is just five dollars. No brainer!
Dr Seuss books are fab and this ebook version of The Lorax is just as good as the originals. Set it to be read automatically to young children then gradually change the settings so more competent readers can read and turn pages themselves. Educational and fun at once.
Sesame Street-loving kids will enjoy this book starring Grover. Grover tries hard to secure the pages with anything he can find to make sure they don't come across the monster at the end of the book. The Monster At The End of This Book is very funny and entertaining for young ones.