Weekly List of App Books for Kids
By Simon Burns On 20 Feb, 2014 At 09:38 PM | Categorized As Reviews | With 0 Comments

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to cuddle up with your little ones and log some quality time reading your favorite storybooks. Here’s our picks for the best apps for Valentine’s Day from Oceanhouse Media.

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I Love You Too – Ziggy Marley
Sing and play with Ziggy Marley as you explore his first children’s book based off the song from his Grammy Award winning album “Family Time”! Complete with a sing-a-long and narration by Ziggy himself, your whole family will be singing “I Love You Too” when you dive into this interactive book app!

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The Kissing Hand
Join Chester Racoon in this interactive book app as his mother shares a family secret called The Kissing Hand to help ease his fears about going to school. A New York Times #1 bestseller, this heartwarming book has become a children’s classic, touching the lives of millions of children and their parents, especially at times of separation.

 

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Just for You – Little Critter
Little Critter tries to do something special, just for his mom! After his attempt to do big kid chores doesn’t quite go as planned, what special thing will Little Critter do for his mom?

 

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