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Fairy Tales for Clever Kids is a collection of world-famous fairy tales accompanied by questions. The app is Free to download. With the download you get The Ugly Duckling in your collection.
The graphics in the story are adorable. Even the ugly duckling is cute! You will have to read each page to your child. At the bottom of each page is an interactive question. For example on the first page you drag a little egg to the basket. The next page may have some sort of reading comprehension on it.
Lulu in Australia is a cute and charming story about a little girl named Lulu and her cat Zazou who travel Australia North to South in a camper. The two experience local customs, beautiful scenery, astonishing new games. It’s an adventure for all budding globetrotters.
This is great for kids ages 3- 8 to have fun, as well as strengthen age specific developmental skills, color specialization, speech, music, foreign languages, as well as having an open mind exploring the world.
If you like a good suspenseful page turner, one you can’t put down, then The Line Between Here and Gone by Andrea Kane is the book for you. I read this book in three days. I had each moment that I had to put the book down because I always wanted to know what would happen next.
Let me give you a little blurb about what the book is about before I go into what I thought about it.
The Man She Loved Is Gone Forever.
The Child She Lives For Could Be Next.
Rebelling against his parents and the broken home he comes from, fifteen-year-old Matthew Stevenson makes a destructive choice to get attention: he vandalizes the church his father is renovating. To avoid criminal charges, he agrees to repair the damage he caused to the intricate carvings and finds himself working alongside Ernest Otto (John Ratzenberger), a talented but reclusive woodworker. Laboring together, an unlikely friendship forms and both come to realize that all things are possible with faith, family and friendship.