Blame this on a late night iPad binge blog reading session, chortling late into the night reading Go Fug Yourself but I have discovered the inner snark in myself and have applied it to a new and puzzling board book called My Foodie ABC: A Little Gourmet’s Guide by Puck.
If you are old enough to remember Joan River’s TV show on Red Carpet Fashion with her daughter, Go Fug Yourself is 1000x funnier! Or maybe more.
But if you are thinking of getting an Android, Valerie P from TuesBlog just posted on 10 Reasons Why I love My Android. I hope this is helpful to you new technology adopters! More power to you! (And I’ll be bugging you in time to have you explain how to use my Android. When I get one. In, say, 2015.)
I have posted on the Dr. Seuss ebooks for iPhone/iPad/iPod apps by Oceanhouse Media previously (How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Dr. Seuss ABC, The Cat in the Hat, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, and Oh The Places You’ll Go) and how much I think their apps are the gold standard for ebooks.
Lest you worry that I am leaving out apps for Android users because I am not a new technology adopter, here is a list I found for 25 best Education Apps for Android from OnlineDegrees.org.
I am scrambling as I type to crank out some Back to School Shopping online and on sale!
She sent me this interesting link on a phenomenon in China regarding a new parenting book that is all the rage that I would rename: Forget Thousands of Years of Confucian Thinking That is the Back Bone of Your Society and Embrace Western Child Rearing Practices. It’s actually titled Chinese Parenting Advice Undergoes a Small Revolution by Victoria Ruan.
Ever After Ever was one of the books that I read twice in quick succession and cried through each reading. It’s hard to find a book that makes you laugh and makes you cry simultaneously but this book manages to do both.
“All StoryBoy sales proceeds benefit the Children’s Cancer Foundation. An uplifting story that is a wonderful way to introduce a serious illness to kids and to teach them to always keep laughing.”