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New Sing-Along App From Little Bahalia Teaches Kids Animal Group Names

Feb 19, 2013 - Little Bahalia Publishing is proud to introduce A Troop is a Group of Monkeys for iPad. A Troop is a Group of Monkeys introduces some of the fun plural nouns for animal groups in a musical, rhyming story for ages 3-8. Written by Julie Hedlund and illustrated by Pamela Baron, the app features original music by Tim McCanna. Each of the animal groups comes to life on the screen and invites young readers to enjoy interactive play while reinforcing the vocabulary words on each page.

Ghost Book Comes to Life with Augmented Reality for Kids

Oct 03, 2012 - Ghost stories are about to get scarier. Goosebottom Books and Trigger introduces Horrible Hauntings, a scary new reality in book/app technology available for iOS and Android. Horrible Hauntings is a book of ghost stories which, when paired with the free Horrible Hauntings app will bring ghosts alive off the pages to startle young readers. Readers will be able to summon and interact with ten 3-D ghosts, including the Flying Dutchman, the Princes in the Tower, Bloody Mary and more.

Publishing Phenomenon Scaredy Squirrel Ventures into the Digital World

Dec 09, 2011 - With over 1 million print copies sold in the series and beloved by children and adults alike, the first two Scaredy Squirrel books can now be experienced in a number of digital and interactive formats, as a result of a partnership between Corus Entertainment's Kids Can Press and Open Road Integrated Media. In addition, Kids Can Press has released the first Scaredy Squirrel iPhone game app.

New iPhone App Guides Teens through the Mean Streets of Paris

Jul 26, 2011 - Teens have a new way to explore Paris with the Time Traveler Tours StoryApp Beware Madame La Guillotine: A Revolutionary Tour of Paris, for iPhone and iPod touch. Tweens, teens and anyone who loves a good yarn now have a way to explore one of the world's greatest cities using their smartphone. Time Traveler apps give tourists and armchair travelers everything from practical information and a restaurant discount to fun activities, puzzles, scavenger hunts and brain-teasers to do along the way.