Articles Tagged ‘eBooks’
In a move to remain unique in the competitive tablet market, Amazon is introducing Kindle FreeTime Unlimited in the US, a new content service for kids ages three to eight that offers a wide range of ad-free TV shows, eBooks, games, educational apps and movies.
The cross-platform app for interactive kids books pushes the Canadian indie producer deeper into the world of eBooks for young audiences.
Nickelodeon will debut the first full-length stop-motion animated special It’s A SpongeBob Christmas! on Sunday, December 9 at 7:30 p.m. (ET/PT).
A couple of weeks back I moderated a panel at INPlay in Toronto called, “What’s the Next Chapter? The Current and Future State of Books.” It was a great, lively discussion with several interesting creators and developers and in the weeks since I’ve been thinking a lot about reading and about how the way I read now is different than it used to be.
As the popularity of digital book reading continues to grow especially with younger ages, The Joan Ganz Cooney Center has conducted a new study that explores the differences in the way parents and their preschool-age children (three to six) interact when reading print books, basic eBooks, and enhanced eBooks together.
The third season of Zinkia Entertainment’s s hit animated preschool series Pocoyo, titled Let’s Go Pocoyo, has been acquired by Discovery Kids Latin America for its pan regional cable platform, and the kids cablenet also renewed Pocoyo seasons one and two.