Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Win 1 of 3 Digital Book Collections to Celebrate Dr. Seuss's Birthday

My children enjoy reading digital books, especially the ones that are interactive and engaging. I like when they read quality digital books that are available at Oceanhouse Media. Reading the creatively illustrated books have lots of benefits for children such as increasing knowledge on different subjects, learning new vocabulary and more.
 
Offer
It is a good time to take advantage of wonderful digital reading books with the annual app sale happening in honour of Dr. Seuss’s birthday on Friday, February 28th through Thursday, March 6th. This year Dr. Seuss digital book app library with more than 60 apps are up to 80% OFF. This is also the first year that each of the 44 classic Dr. Seuss books are available on the App Store as a digital book app. 

Giveaway:
Win one of the three digital book collections before March 15th by entering the giveaway through the rafflecopter on the bottom of this post. The giveaway is open to everyone worldwide. Please follow my social media networks and leave comments to be eligible to win.  
Win one of the following three:
Beginner Book Collection #1 (regular price $15) or 
Beginner Book Collection #2 (regular price $15) or 
Short Story Collection (regular price $10).

Here are a few other digital books that will interest your little ones.
In this wonderful book Just a Little Music Little Critter, Little Critter gets a new musical hobby that is noisy. Watch as Little Critter gets excited about his new drums that he plays everywhere. Read this fun book to see how will Little Critter realize that he might need just a few more lessons before he's ready for his own rock-and-roll band.
The Berenstain Bears: Safe and Sound is about Sister and Brother Bear learning an important lesson about skateboarding safety when the skate park at their school closes during the weekend. Read the book to see if Sister and Brother Bear falls into peer pressure and forego safety gear at the skatepark.

In the book If I Ran the Horse Show Cat in the Hat takes Sally and Nick to the Super-Tremendous-Studependous Horse Show to teach them about all things horsey. This book teaches about the difference between fillies, foals, yearlings, mares, colts, dams, sires, and stallions. The book explores about the horse anatomy from nose to tail, the work of a farrier, Western vs English riding and fun facts about 13 of the most popular horse breeds.

A Busy Day for Stegosaurus
The story is about a mother Stegosaurus waking up from a deep sleep and setting off to find food for herself before her nest of eggs hatch. Children will enjoy reading about and looking at the illustrations of the fascinating prehistoric creatures.
Update: The winners are Christy, Brianne and Tammy

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12 comments:

  1. My kids read and play games on iPad and they love all books from Dr. Seuss, they are having reading club in school and celebrating this coming march too.

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  2. I have a Kobo, and read stories for my grand-daughter on that. She loves it!

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  3. We have an ipad mini and my DD loves reading on it.

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  4. I do have an IPhone4 n my grandson has one too.. my grandkids love to read Dr Seuss books.. thanks

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  5. We have an iPad and I have an iPhone. We have a few books on our iPad that are interactive books that the girls love reading.

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  6. I have an iphone and an ipad, but weve always read from books. im sure they would love to read on the ipad though

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  7. Great giveaway for anyone who reads to their kids from ebooks. Will share this with family & friends who might be interested. (Judy Cowan)

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  8. My kid loves reading. We have iphone.

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  9. I am in US. My kid loves reading. We have iphone.

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  10. We have an iphone, ipod, and ipad, and yes, my children enjoy reading books on all three.

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  11. i have an iphone and an ipod and yes, i can't get my kids OFF of them. they use them more than i do :)

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  12. Yes, we have an iOS device. Children's books are great on them!

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