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Recommended by SLJ - 7/1/12 "The tablet version of the classic picture book by Crockett Johnson provides an intimate reading experience and works particularly well in a one-to-one setting," Travis Jonker

Wee Alphas app for preschoolers -- they'll tackle a zillion different skills all with gorgeous original art.

Level It Books. App that tells you the DRA, gre, lexlile, and guided reading level just by scanning it!

The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore app is great film-to-app adaptation. Beautiful and fun.

interested in free books, ALL users complain about bugs in reviews.Memetales app - Free app offers a free book every week

Free app….Let students read a passage and record themselves reading. Review the reading with the student...They can reread as many times as you want them to in order to gain greater fluency!! Students improve when they can hear their own reading, evaluate it, and make a plan to improve!

Free App-Make your own story-use pics from photo library and record voice to narrate the story! Great tool for student with Autism!

The Newbery App is a handy app that features a list of Newbery Award Winner & Honor books, a book suggestion feature, and a way to keep track of what you've read.

What is a Book App vs an eBook? There is plenty of confusion over the subject of eBooks when it comes to what defines them. Any book published in a digital format is generally referred to as an eBook. But there are big differences when you look at the formats, how the book is created, how the book is sold and delivered, and how the reader uses or interacts with it. FIND OUT HERE. . .

Great Kid Books: To This Day, by Shane Koyczan -- powerful book app for teens (12-18)