Night & Day Studios: licensing, partnerships, and independent projects on the way to developing the best possible children’s app.
Dutch publisher Gottmer will be publishing a full range of Nosy Crow’s award-winning storybook apps in Dutch.
Ruckus Media Group has introduced the Ruckus Reader a reading platform developed with educational experts and geared toward children aged 3 to 8.
Disney Publishing has launched it’s first language learning product, an iOS app based on Toy Story 3 that offers English/ Mandarin vocabulary and grammar.
By Dennis Abrams The older one gets, it is said, the more difficult it is to learn a second language. And that’s where b small publishing, which specializes in trade and e-books that bring bilingual parallel texts to budding young linguists, comes in. And it is the UK based company’s e-books, available globally on the iBookstore for iPad, iPhone, and …
By Dennis Abrams With over 16 million copies in print, it is safe to say that Biscuit Visits the Pumpkin Patch is one of the most popular picture books of our time. And on October 11, iStoryTime, the largest library of mobile children’s books apps joined forces with HarperCollins Children’s Books to launch the beloved classic on Apple’s iPad, iPhone, …
Top quality apps are expensive and direct-to-ebook conversions lack punch, so what’s a picture book publisher who wants to go digital to do?
The new JibJab Jr. Children’s Starring You app uses photos of your child and makes them the lead character in their own e-book.
What’s to stop magazines, as they transition to digital, from aping their online competition and once again acquiring long-form narrative?
Online start-ups Byliner and The Atavist have established a market for stories too long for magazines and too short for books.
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