A report issued by the Sesame Workshop compares the benefits children gain from physical books, e-books and enhanced e-books, finding print largely better.
At ZOO Digital Arts developing exciting interactive e-books for kids means keeping the focus on story and, ultimately, enhancing the experience of reading.
Kevin O’Connor of Barnes & Noble NOOK Kids discusses the importance of partnerships with publishers and authors for retailers in the digital age.
The Finnish publisher of Tove Jansson’s Moomin children’s book series will begin publishing them as e-books.
After a slow start, children’s e-books and apps are now making up for lost time and are one of the big growth areas for publishers and developers, says Shanley.
Children’s book publishers are enchanted by interactive apps, but forgoing the inherent market advantages of the basic e-book is a big mistake.