A silly introduction to sounds and rhyme.
This quadruple-screen "flip book" with 121 possible combinations uses the first letter or phonetic sound of an animal's top half combined with the name of a different animal's bottom half to create such creatures as a "purkey" (a pig/turkey—a greedy animal that can't fly, of course) or a "dicken" (a dog/chicken, which herds the other animals and is great at laying eggs). Read full book review >
A retelling of the familiar fairy tale, Nosy Crow's newest app has the appearance of a graphic novel and offers a fresh new twist in the storyline.
Portrayed as brave and capable, Red Riding Hood heads through the forest, where readers help her navigate forks and the path. Read full book review >