May 29, 2013 § Leave a comment
Thoughts of a Librarian about “The Guard Mouse” app by Auryn. Must read!!
How do apps fit into libraries? The swell folks at Auryn provided me with app codes to give to librarians to test. (I still have one left, email me!) Thank you to Katie Bruce for our first review. I hope it helps and please join in on this important conversation that will only continue to become more significant to our profession.
Introduce London to children in a picturesque way through “The Guard Mouse” a classic tale by the author of Corduroy, Don Freeman. A perfect bedtime story. (Auryn, Inc., $1.99, read by Alan Scofield)
Don Freeman’s picture book, “The Guard Mouse,” is brought back to colorful life in this enhanced book app. Originally published in 1967, this long out of print book tells the story of Clyde, a mouse guard at Buckingham Palace, who takes his visiting American cousins on a tour of the most famous landmarks in London. Don…
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May 15, 2013 § Leave a comment
“Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.” — Emilie Buchwald
This Children’s Book Week Auryn invites you to enter our giveaway http://bit.ly/11mfBJ9 and win as many as SEVEN APPS (iPhone or iPad) and a Mimiki plush for your kids.
This means you can read ONE new book everyday for a week with your child and his new best friend Mimiki. We bet, they’ll be more than delighted to welcome their new best friend.
For more info, visit https://www.facebook.com/aurynapps