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Best Apps & E-Books of 2013 for the Littlest Digerati

  • CHILDREN'S

    ALPHABET ANIMALS

    FEB. 27, 2013

ALPHABET ANIMALS

by Suse MacDonald & illustrated by Suse MacDonald & developed by Auryn Inc.

Overall, a well-designed edition with extras that will appeal to diapered digerati. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    TINO THE TRIANGLE

    MAY 18, 2013

TINO THE TRIANGLE

by Eleonora Cumer & illustrated by Eleonora Cumer & developed by LARIXPress

While this app may seem simple at first glance, it is actually just skillfully restrained, providing a reading experience... Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    RED IN BED

    FEB. 13, 2013

RED IN BED

developed by Josh On

A solid and satisfying offering on all fronts. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    TALKING ABC

    MAY 24, 2013

TALKING ABC

developed by Jutiful Ltd.

These appealing creatures will draw preschoolers back for repeated readings and exposure to letter names and sounds—a... Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    THE BOOK OF HOLES

    JULY 25, 2013

THE BOOK OF HOLES

by Poul Lange & illustrated by Poul Lange & developed by Chocolate Factory Publishing

Educational and entertaining—and tailor-made to spark stimulating interchanges between younger children and unwary grown-ups. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    NOTT WON'T SLEEP

    SEPT. 17, 2013

NOTT WON'T SLEEP

by Renate Dorrestein & illustrated by Liselore Goedhart & developed by Developlay

A worthwhile bedtime ritual that children will return to again and again. Full review >

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  • CHILDREN'S

    BEAN'S NIGHT

    OCT. 20, 2013

BEAN'S NIGHT

by Sarah Hines Stephens & illustrated by Anna Grossnickle Hines & developed by appropo

Not as chewable as the originals, but the enhancements are expertly integrated rather than just tacked on and will welcome... Full review >

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