Weekly List of App Books for Kids
By Simon Burns On 13 Jan, 2014 At 10:50 AM | Categorized As Reviews | With 0 Comments

It’s hard to believe that it’s already 2014- where have the years gone?! But just because we started a new year doesn’t mean we have to forget about our favorite classic storybooks. Today’s Weekly List of App Books for Kids features some of the most enduring titles from everyone’s favorite doctor, Dr. Seuss! Kick off your New Year’s resolution to read more with your kids with these apps and more:



The Cat In The Hat
Join the Cat in the Hat as he stirs up some mischief while Dick and Sally’s mother is out and about! Will Dick and Sally get things back to normal before Mother returns?






Oh, the Places You’ll Go!
Oh, the places you’ll go when you step inside this interactive book app! Explore pictures, learn new vocabulary, and personalize the story with your own narration. Today is your day! What mountains will you move?




Green Eggs and Ham
Join Sam-I-Am as he offers his friend green eggs and ham here and there and everywhere! Would YOU eat green eggs & ham? (download a FREE sample version here)





The Lorax
Jump inside a cautionary tale of greed and destruction as the Lorax tries to save the Truffula Forest and its inhabitants from disaster at the hands of an insatiable factory owner. Will the Lorax succeed in saving the forest?






Fox In Socks
Join Fox In Socks in this interactive book app as he plays a tongue-twisting game with Mr. Knox! Come see if Fox’s tricks with bricks and blocks will confuse Mr. Knox!



More Dr. Seuss Book Apps from Oceanhouse Media

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