RippleReader allows to you either buy ebooks or make a personalized recording of the ebook that you purchased! The ebook titles are for ages 2-7 and are primarily picture books through easy readers. The ebooks range in price from $3.49 to $9.99. Some of the most popular titles include The Kissing Hand, The Teacher from the Black Lagoon, and The HICCUPotamus.
“College kids, here are ten apps to help you be smarter and more efficient with your studies so there’s more time for dollar drafts, creating the next Facebook, three dollar tequila shots or whatever it is you do for fun.”
I found this from BooksOnTheKnob: Apple and Kaplan have teamed up to give away iPad ebooks from Kaplan through iTunes iBookstore. These titles are available:
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 am scrambling as I type to crank out some Back to School Shopping online and on sale!
This is a nicely done app that combines math word problems within a fun theme. At $3.99, it’s less expensive than the math workbooks that I buy. A kid who loves trains and math will love this.
My friend’s wife makes this amazing homemade chocolates at Fancy Nancy Candy. These adorable and delicious chocolate purses make the perfect Mother’s Day gift! They are $15 for a box of 3 and $25 for a box of 6. They also make great individual party favors!