Green Eggs and Ham - Dr. Seuss


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App Description

Category:Books
Description:
"Would you eat them in a box? Would you eat them with a fox?"

Watch your child build their reading skills as they engage with this interactive Dr. Seuss storybook app. Capture precious moments by recording your child's voice, then sharing it with grandparents and teachers. Bring your entire Dr. Seuss collection with you anytime, anywhere. Perfect for bedtime, travel, school, shopping and more.

CRITICAL ACCLAIM:
★ Interactive and fun, but the best part is your kids can't eat the pages - AppAdvice Daily
★ "A well-crafted digital book, a rich and immersive reading experience." - Mobile Tech Review
★ Included in "Best Educational Apps for Kids" - Parents Magazine

Summary:
This timeless Dr. Seuss classic has been delighting readers since 1960. Sam-I-am never gives up trying to convince his friend that green eggs and ham are a tasty treat. He tries everything - in a house, with a mouse, in a box, with a fox, with a goat, on a boat - to no avail. Then finally, finally his friend caves in... and tries them. And guess what? "I do so like Green Eggs and Ham!" Kids will love Dr. Seuss's wacky rhymes and whimsical illustrations. And who knows, now they may even be willing to taste their broccoli.

Recommended Ages: 2 - 6

Features:
★ New! Record your own voice
★ New! Share voice tracks with others that own this app
★ New! Page selector
★ New! Options for sound effects, hot spots and alerts
★ Three ways to read: "Read to Me," "Read it Myself," and "Auto Play"
★ Picture / Word association — words zoom up and are spoken when pictures are touched
★ Individual words highlight and are read aloud when tapped
★ Professional audio narration and custom background audio for each scene
★ This 'Universal App' is optimized for Retina displays and the iPad

Awards:
★ Gold Medal - Mom's Choice Awards 2012
★ 2011 Parents' Choice Award - Silver Medal
★ Gold star - Kirkus Reviews
★ 2010 Best App Ever Awards - 3rd Place
★ Editor's Choice - Children's Technology Review 2010