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  • Search and Explore: The Grand Canyon

The Search and Explore Series teaches young children about geography, national landmarks, and points of interest throughout the world through engaging stories featuring computer mice that come to life as ABC Mouse®, 1•2•3 Mouse, and Do-Re-Mi Mouse. (ABC Mouse is a proficient reader and speller; 1•2•3 Mouse is an expert with numbers, counting, measurement, and quantities; and Do-Re-Mi Mouse is a talented artist, lyricist, vocalist, musician, painter, and so forth.)

  • Zoo Set 1:
    Elephants, Penguins, Pandas, Lions, and Zebras
  • Zoo Set 2:
    Giraffes, Monkeys, Camels, Flamingos, and Impalas
  • Zoo Set 3:
    Anteaters, Gorillas, Ostriches, Birds, and Seals

The Zoo apps feature five popular zoo animals per set. Each animal comes to life with photo–realistic animations in its natural environment. Touching an animal brings up one of a series of interesting and educational facts about the animal–characteristics, anatomy, diet, etc. After visiting the exhibit, children can join the Zoo Guide for an interactive quiz using the information learned throughout their tour of the zoo.

  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf
  • The Tortoise and the Hare

The Aesop's Fables Series brings these classic tales to life with stunning illustrations, professional narration, and an easy-to-read font. Each fable includes Parent Tips written in collaboration with child literacy experts that offer specific suggestions of things to do and talk about with young readers to support their vocabulary development and comprehension. Also contained in each book app is a richly illustrated glossary with
child-friendly definitions.

  • Big Bug and Little Bug (the –ug word family)
  • Dan and Jan (the –an word family)
  • The Hen in the Pen (the –en word family)

The Beginning Reader Series: Word Families introduces young learners to the joys of reading through stories that emphasize word families (a word family is a group of words with the same ending sound, such as hot, pot, and not). Each story in the Beginning Readers Series is told in an engaging rhyming format in which words from the featured word family appear frequently.

All Beginning Reader Series books feature Parent Tips written in collaboration with child literacy experts. These tips describe things to do and talk about with young readers to develop their ability to relate letter combinations to the sounds that those combinations represent.