Don't Wake Up Tiger is a Sweet and Simple Story to Read with Your Kids

Don't Wake Up Tiger is a Sweet and Simple Story to Read with Your Kids

Interactive books are a great way to get your kids get involved in what they are reading. Over they years we have accumulated a list of fantastic titles, but we'd like to share with you a recent find: Don't Wake Up Tiger. Based on the award-winning picture book by Britta Teckentrup, it's cute app about a sleeping tiger and a pleasant surprise.

Don't Wake Up Tiger!

In this interactive app, kids keep a Tiger from stirring as animals sneak past her. A narrator reads the story aloud and instructs kids on what they need to do in each activity. For example, one activity asks them to rub the tiger's nose while another requires them to blow into the microphone. In another activity, they must rock their device back and forth. The story ends on a pleasant note as kids discover why the animals have been tiptoeing around Tiger all along.

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Ants Can't Dance App Has Dancing Animals and Funny Puns for Kids

Ants Can't Dance App Has Dancing Animals and Funny Puns for Kids

Kids love stories, especially ones that can make them laugh out loud with silly imagery and words. Ants Can't Dance is one of these stories. It's the latest digital storybook from The Happy Dandelion, and it's packed with humor, hand-drawn illustrations, and a handful of fun interactive elements. The story, told by a human narrator, follows the notion that animals have no dancing abilities. Of course you'd soon learn that it isn't entirely true.

An Animal Dance Party

In Ants Can't Dance, every page contains an illustration of an animal alongside punny comments on that animal's dancing ability. For example, the opening page mentions that ants can't dance because they have three left feet. Another page describes polar bears' inability to dance are due to their "cold feet".

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Rudi Rainbow Introduces Kids to Weather Phenomena and Space Objects

Rudi Rainbow Introduces Kids to Weather Phenomena and Space Objects

Teaching kids about the weather can help them learn more about the world, plus it's a great way to nurture a fascination and love for science from a very young age. There are many weather-related activities you can try, but here's one you can do before bed: reading stories about the weather. I'd suggest Rudi Rainbow, an interactive story about a little rainbow who lost his colors.

Help Rudi Find His Colors

On a beautiful sunny day, while Rudi the Rainbow is playing with his friends in Tommy Tornado's yard, Harold Hurricane accidentally causes a huge storm that blows all of Rudi's colors away. Hoping to get Rudi's colors back, Rudi and his friends search the town and meet other residents who help him: from the charismatic Eric Earth to kind Violetta Venus to eccentric Professor Hailstone.

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Kids Can Become Heroes in These Animated Storybooks

Kids Can Become Heroes in These Animated Storybooks

Kids often admire heroes and fantastic beings who perform magical feats. Well, what if they could be that hero? From the creators of Puppet Pals comes a series of interactive storybooks where kids become the leading actors in amazing stories. Introducing the Puppet Pals Story Books.

Customize the Characters with Your Photos

The way these book-apps work is as such: at the beginning of the app, kids can customize the characters from the story with photos of themselves, their siblings, friends, and even parents. They can assign the characters with a name, gender, and skin tone, and supply up to 10 photos for each of the character's facial expressions. The photos can be deleted or changed at any time, using a simple interface.

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Ladybug Band Gets Kids Reading and Dancing Along

Ladybug Band Gets Kids Reading and Dancing Along

Do your kids love stories and music? If they do, you'd want to check out Ladybug Band. Developed by Rain Boot Media, the app captures young readers with a funny story, catchy tune, and virtual instruments.

Join the Band

Ladybug Band is a rhyming story that transports kids to the idyllic island of Kacha, where various animals live and play freely. The highlight of the island is the Ladybug Band, a group of instrument-wielding ladybugs that draw crowds from all directions.

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