July 12, 2013

Summer Digital Reads for Children

Dr. Seuss's classic The Butter Battle Book tells the tale of the Yooks and the Zooks who are in a long-running feud. The Yooks eat their bread with the butter side up, while the Zooks eat their bread with the butter side down. The two groups do not see eye to eye, so they develop more and more elaborate weaponry to outdo each other.
Dr. Seuss's Scrambled Eggs Super is about Young Peter T. Hooper travels to exotic places to find just the right ingredients for his Scrambled Eggs Super-de-Dooper-dee-Booper Special de luxe.
Byron Barton Collection features four classic transportation books for toddlers; Trains, Planes, Trucks and Boats. This colourful and interactive stories with movable objects on every page are sure to please little ones.
The 1939 classic, The King's Stilts written by Dr. Seuss shows us that play is just as important as hard work. King Birtram of Binn spends his days keeping a watchful eye on his kingdom. After a long day of work, the king is ready to play and race around the palace on a pair of red stilts. When the King's stilts are stolen, all havok breaks out in the kingdom causing him to neglect his royal duties. It's not until the stilts are finally returned that things get back to normal and the king finds a loyal friend to share in his afternoon fun.
Mercer Mayer fans will be excited about the Little Critter Collection #2 digital book app that features 10 popular Little Critter stories that lovingly address all the major issues of growing up. 
The collection includes Just Go to Bed, Just a Mess, Just Going to the Dentist, Just Grandpa and Me, Just Lost, Just Me and My Little Brother, Just Me and My Puppy, Just Shopping with Mom, What a Bad Dream, and When I Grow Up. Just Me and My Cousin - Little Critter follows the mischievous adventures that can happen when cousins get together.
We enjoyed reading Fine Feathered Friends: All About Birds that taught us many interesting things about birds. Children will learn the common features, traits and sounds of birds from all around the world. From the biggest bird in the world, the ostrich to the smallest bird in the world, the bee hummingbird and the many birds in between. Interactive pages and instant glossary words make this app perfect for fun summer learning.
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