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Don't Let The Pigeon Run This App! by Mo Willems ($6.99). Joseph: Beauty and the Beast Storybook Deluxe delivers Disney's classic movie in a fun, interactive storybook way, with added puzzles and coloring pages. These features have become a staple of the type of content you'd find in many Disney Digital Books. In addition to the beautiful, vibrant illustrations, readers will also be treated to musical video clips from the movie. You can record your own voice for the book, or have the included narrator read along.

Beauty and the Beast Storybook Deluxe ($6.99), Scott: The "Sesame Street" classic "The Monster at the End of This Book," starring Grover, was an iPad re-creation of a beloved 1970s book, The new sequel that recently hit the App Store features Elmo and Grover together, and adds a few new clever puzzles throughout, The foxes iphone case voice narration from Grover and Elmo is spot-on, and the animation is charming, Even better, the app costs 99 cents through the new year, which is a steal, Another Monster at the End of This Book (99 cents)..

JibJab Jr. Books (free). Scott: In one sense, Bartleby's Book of Buttons app is simple stuff: a picture book with eight or so pages of interactive buttons. Is it worth the price? I'd say yes when it was several dollars, and even more so now that it's 99 cents. Ask my kid, who took to this app immediately and wouldn't stop pressing all the buttons. A nice part of this book is its procedural element; kids need to learn how to press buttons, pull levers, and operate equipment to get to the next page. It's a mini-puzzle book of sorts.

Bartleby's Book of Buttons (99 cents), Joseph: Disney's line of digital books for the iPad has foxes iphone case puzzles, painting, sing-alongs, minigames, and voice recording, along with stories based on hit movies, Cleverly, Disney continues to offer the "Toy Story" book for free as a way to attract parents, It's worth trying, and you'll probably get hooked, Parents have the option to read the story or use autoplay, which narrates using character voices from the "Toy Story" movies, Note: While the DDBs books support autoplay, not all highlight the words being spoken, I personally find this feature very important for developing reading skills, Fortunately, my son's favorite "Toy Story" series does..

Dr. Seuss's ABCs ($3.99). Joseph: Handy Manny Workshop brings four different activities to toddlers: a game where Handy Manny's tools are scattered around the shop and need to be located, a coloring book of images from the TV series that children can color any way they choose, a memory-matching game where matching duplicates is the goal, and a variety of animated puzzles. Though my son plays all four games, I find him playing Match It and Find It the most. The interface is simple and easy enough for children to navigate by themselves, and the app's obviously a great choice for any child who already loves the show.

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