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| June 29, 2012
The Cat In The Hat Explains Why Ice Is Nice, And It's All At An Introductory Price
Designed for kids ages five through 10, The Cat in the Hat Learning Library books trade moral lessons for scientific exploration and discovery of real life objects, concepts, and more through the classically zany Dr. Seuss writing style. Thanks to Oceanhouse Media this series can now be a part of your digital children's book library, including the recently released Ice Is Nice: All About the North and South Poles. The North and South Poles are something to see, so join the Cat in the Hat on an exciting one day journey. Aboard the SS Ice Chopper the exploration will go, for now it's time to discover what's nice about the ice and the snow. You won't freeze, you won't sneeze, just lots of learning. This book is filled with information that will keep kids yearning. The app has two ways to experience the story: "Read it Myself" allows reading and viewing the material in the same manner that traditional books would offer and "Read to Me" highlights each word as it is professionally narrated. Pages come alive with animations and sounds, plus it's even possible to drag floating objects around. For more fun and opportunities to learn, readers can tap on objects to identify what they are, including highlighting words if the item was referenced in the narration. Words in bold type contain even more information. Tap on them to initiate a pop-up of the full glossary entry. Ice Is Nice: All About the North and South Poles is a universal app compatible with iOS 4.3 or later, and available in the App Store at the introductory price of $3.99. You can find all of Oceanhouse Media's Cat in the Hat Learning Library offerings via their website. [gallery link="file"]