Search Results: "WARE'S ME"


BOOK REVIEW

YELLOW, RED, BLUE AND IF I GET ANGRY GREY by Alessandro Sanna
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 22, 2013

"A rewarding alternative for children who find the digital edition of Hervé Tullet's Press Here (2012) too relentlessly inscrutable. (iPad play app. 4-8)"
This inventive pairing of colors with musical riffs offers almost unlimited opportunities for visual and aural experimentation—plus jigsaw puzzles for more structured entertainment. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

OSWALD THE BIG by Alessandra  Henke
by Alessandra Henke, illustrated by Marta Dal Corso, developed by WARE'S ME
CHILDREN'S
Released: July 23, 2012

"Oswald seems likable enough, but aside from a few design flourishes, his story doesn't end up living large in the imagination the way a memorable hippo's should. (iPad storybook app. 2-6)"
A lazy hippo learns to lead a more active life through his love of dance in this cheery but ultimately middling story. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

THE ZOO by Me Books
CHILDREN'S
Released: Aug. 9, 2011

"This innovative approach proves that out-with-the-old isn't a prerequisite for in-with-the-new. The concept alone is worth the price of admission. (iPad storybook app. 2-6)"
An early reader from the 1960s gets an empirical facelift. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

COWZAT by Bruce Atherton
by Bruce Atherton, illustrated by Ben Redlich, developed by Colour Me Interactive
CHILDREN'S
Released: Aug. 17, 2013

"Udderly engaging, if an innings short of a finished match. (iPad storybook app. 6-8)"
Melodramatic Aussie narration and broadly comical art milk this tale of cricket's origins Down Under for all it's worth. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

A RIDE WITH ALIENS by Emanuele  Cirani
CHILDREN'S
Released: June 15, 2012

"It's a strikingly beautiful and strange package; though wordy, it's still a worthwhile trip. (iPad storybook app. 4-10)"
Visually arresting aliens and planetary vistas make this app worth a visit, but plodding text and uninspired narration make the trip less awe-inspiring that it could have been. Read full book review >