Mickey’s Spooky Night review
If you’ve read Winnie the Pooh, What’s a Bear to Do (or my review of it), you know what to expect from Mickey’s Spooky Night. I would be surprised to find that this book wasn’t made by the same team responsible for Winnie the Pooh. It’s a short, high-quality ebook for young toddlers, with simple interactive games that will keep your kids coming back.
The Princess and the Frog review
Disney’s take on the classic The Princess and the Frog is entirely unfaithful to the source material. It’s also really cute and compelling. The iPhone/iPad ebook unsurprisingly follows the basic plot of the film, cutting and summarizing heavily to fit the whole thing into a ten-minute children’s book. Early versions of the book suffered from serious stability issues, but that seems to finally be fixed with the newest update. For the most part The Princess and the Frog is pretty successful, with excellent artwork and narration, and a few extra features that are cool for parents and kids alike.
Winnie the Pooh – What’s a Bear to Do? review
This is a short, but well-made ebook that’s fun for both you and your kids. Although the story and interactive elements are short and simple, this actually works in the book’s favor and makes it a great recommendation for young toddlers. And the wonderful artwork and excellent narration show that the book is short and simple as a design choice, rather than to cut corners.
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