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**Solar System for iPad**
explore the universe by reading articles and facts about our solar system
**3D Bookshelf: Classic Literature Collection**
know this app has no objectionable content, but most of the books require a reading level of at least the fifth grade. The books in the collection so far are
Grimm's Fairy Tales
. The rest are on the level of
A Tale of Two Cities
**Middle School Confidential 1: Be Confident in Who Y**
about a group of friends who help bolster one another's self-esteem in the face of teasing, bullying, or mere self-doubt.
Free at iTunes
**Ultimate Dinopedia: The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference Ever**
learn facts about more than 700 dinosaurs in this comprehensive encyclopedia.
**Shadow Ranch HD**
Nancy and her friends visit a ranch in the American Southwest that is being plagued by problems -- problems which may or may not be being caused by the proprietors of a rival ranch.
**Weird But True**
300 facts is presented as a page with fun fonts, sound effects, and occasional illustrations.
**The Three Little Pigs and the Secrets of a Popup Book**
fascinating and creative look into how popups are made. The Three Little Pigs have been updated to work seamlessly with the new iPad.
**Bobo Explores Light**
essentially an interactive science textbook. Bobo is a little robot who serves as a guide of sorts as child navigates through a thorough exploration of exactly what light is and how it works.
**The Magic School Bus: Oceans**
Go on a wild ride certified with Ms. Frizzle and class to explore ocean life!
The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore
an imaginative, interactive picture book based on an award-winning animated short film.
**Don't Let the Ptgeon Run This App!**
an interactive spin-off of the bestselling
series by author/illustrator Mo Willems. In the app, children can either listen to a brand new, randomly generated Pigeon story (so that it is different every time), or make choices to craft their own story.
Bartleby's Book of Buttons Vol. 1: The Far Away Island Review
**Bartley's Book of Buttons Vol. 1: The Far Away Island**
a short, but incredibly imaginative and fun interactive storybook about a man who collects buttons.
Speech with Milo: Interactive Storybook Review
**Speech with Milo: Interactive Storybook**
children can learn storytelling skills by recording their own story over the illustrations from Milo the mouse's original story.
PopOut! The Tale of Peter Rabbit Review
**PopOut! The Tale of Peter Rabbit**
charming retelling of the classic children's tale. Younger children can enjoy the interactive version on their own.
**Little Bella's: I Close My Eyes**
designed for easy navigation by kids who can't read.
**The Cat in the Hat**
a charmingly funny rascal who creates a mess in the children's house while their parents are away. In the end, he cleans up his mess and is remorseful.
**Another Monster at the End of This Book...Starring Grover & Elmo!**
is a sequel (in both its app and book forms) to the Sesame Street classic.
**Peek-a-Zoo - by Duck Duck Moose**
children to look at different groups of cartoon animal characters and distinguish which ones are exhibiting a specific trait or behavior ("Who is crying?" "Who is surprised?" "Who is angry?").
**Nighty Night HD**
a short, nearly wordless interactive book about going to bed. Kids get to tap the rooms of the house (or barn) that still have lights on, and then, once they've entered that room, they get to turn off the light and put the animals to sleep.
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