5 iPad Kid Book Apps

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Kids today, you know what’s wrong with kids today? They are so spoiled. They get to have wonderful iPad apps to fire their imagination with amazing graphics and sound. What did I get, an Etch A Sketch? Here are five Kid Book apps to ennoble your child’s education like only these Twenty-first century accoutrements can do. No sense longing for the good old days when these are them. Get them all for a great library of fun and inspiration for your toddler.   

The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore

The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore is a well done eBook app for the iPad. The rich graphics and simple but haunting renditions of kid’s music that accompany the engaging story will enthrall adults and children alike. Those still with a pulse will love the expressive animation that inhabits the tale throughout. Enhancements to the eBook are found in the subtle inclusion of interactivity that will cultivate the appreciation of books and learning. These qualities, that are so important for the child to develop and for the adult to retain, are second nature to Mr. Lessmore.

Alice

Alice in iPad land may just be the start of a new kind of reading, an interactive reading that only the iPad has the key to. The other tablets are sure to catch on but let’s face it; the iPad is leading the way in this and most other aspects of the tablet revolution. The wonder of the magic of Lewis Carroll’s timeless masterpiece is brought to fruition in this modern era for the rediscovery of lucky readers of all ages. The power of the iPad is effectively dovetailed with the enchantment of great literature.

Marcel The Shell with Shoes On: Things About Me

Marcel The Shell with Shoes On: Things About Me shows the influence that You Tube has on the world at large and now on the literary world as well. Some may decry the lack of a character that is more believable. While Marcel may have his detractors, there are always the stick-in-the-mudders that will want to rain on the parade. After taking the online world by storm one must expect those jealous of success to be turning their evil eye towards this unlikely animated hero. View the video and take the plunge into the unique world of Marcel. Then judge for yourself the worthiness of the phenomenon of his stardom.

Pat the Bunny

Pat the Bunny is a nice app for toddlers that will provide hours of edutainment for them and great relief to parents needing a break from the never ending saga of child rearing. It is hard to top a bunny for cuteness. Children and many adults will always love bunnies. Since rabbit stew has long been off of the menu for most diets, bunnies can here be admired and celebrated for their many positive qualities with a clear conscious. Generations have grown up with Pat the Bunny and with the iPad app expect that tradition to continue.

The Bippolo Seed and Other Lost Stories

The Bippolo Seed and Other Lost Stories is the written legacy of Dr. Seuss made manifest for the masses via a very accessible and desirable iPad app. The timeless wisdom of Dr. Seuss is here distilled for the benefit of children of all ages. It’s hard to go wrong with Dr. Suess and Oceanhouse Media fails to drop the ball. With the sure hands of an all-star shortstop they complete the play for literary greatness that embodies Dr. Seuss with admirable precision. His way with words is par excellence and now available on the exciting new platform of the iPad.

Article contributed by idaconcpts.com, a fast-growing blog on technology and Internet news. We browse the Web searching for the best apps such as these 4 iPad apps for writers

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