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Free iTunes Children’s Picture Books for Download!

November 8, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

These are free book apps for children from publisher McGraw-Hill School Education Group

Country Mouse and City Mouse By McGraw-Hill School Education Group

Free for a limited time only – Country Mouse and City Mouse By McGraw-Hill School Education Group

Country Mouse and City Mouse may live in very different worlds, but through the pages in this book, they still become friends. And with this interactive ebook, your child can join in the fun as the mice explore each world together.

By interacting with the characters and scenes in the story, your child will learn about the city and the country and can discuss with you the similarities and differences between the two places.

The familiar story will come alive like never before, and your child will read it again and again! Engaging art supported by kid-friendly narration makes the story more accessible than ever.

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Check out the other freebies after the jump!


Why the Sea Is Salty By McGraw-Hill School Education Group

Free for a limited time only – Why the Sea Is Salty By McGraw-Hill School Education Group

So, why is the sea salty? In this engaging folktale, your child will learn of one culture’s idea of how the sea became salty, giving you an opportunity to discuss the science around the oceans and seas. Your child can listen to the story and experience the action on every page.

Your child becomes an active participant in the story by interacting with the characters and scenes in the story, driving the story forward and learning from what they see.

This story comes to life right in front of your child’s eyes, and your child will read it again and again! Engaging art supported by kid-friendly narration makes the story more accessible than ever.

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Jack and the Beanstalk By McGraw-Hill School Education Group

Free for a limited time only – Jack and the Beanstalk By McGraw-Hill School Education Group

Everyone know the story of Jack and the magic beans, right? Not like in this retelling of the classic fairy tale. Selling the beans, climbing the beanstalk, hiding from the giant; it is all there, and your child will be the one helping Jack in this interactive ebook adventure!

Your child becomes a part of the story by interacting with the characters and scenes as Jack goes from a poor farm boy to a wealthy owner of a golden goose.

This story comes to life right in front of your child’s eyes, and your child will read it again and again! Engaging art supported by kid-friendly narration makes the story more accessible than ever.

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Little Red Riding Hood By McGraw-Hill School Education Group

Free for a limited time only – Little Red Riding Hood By McGraw-Hill School Education Group

This interactive story offers your child aged 3-8 an opportunity to experience the classic tale like never before. Your child can hear the story, read the story, and become part of the action. Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf come to life right in front of your child’s eyes, reinforcing the importance lessons children all over the world have learned from reading this story.

By interacting with the characters and scenes, your child becomes an active participant, all the better to learn from the little girl in the story.

The familiar story will feel new and exciting, and your child will read it again and again!

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Enjoy the free book apps!

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