DadLabs Ep 371 Daditude -- Owen puts his very unique spin on this classic tale of monkeyshines. Interpretive dance meets Krusty meets Jane Goodall. Who wants to head in to the reading nook? Okay, you go ahead. I'll wait here. Brought to you by Baby Banz. Distributed by Tubemogul.
After a mean collector named Swindle cons him out of his most valuable baseball card, Griffin Bing must put together a band of misfits to break into Swindle's compound and recapture the card. There are many things standing in their way -- a menacing guard dog, a high-tech security system, a very secret hiding place, and their general inability to drive -- but Griffin and his team are going to get back what's rightfully his . . . even if hijinks ensue. This is Gordon Korman at his crowd-pleasing best, perfect for readers who like to hoot, howl, and heist.
Children's author Natasha Narayan, talks to Anna and George, twins from CompletelyNovel****. Natasha talks about her most recent book 'The Mummy Snatcher of Memphis', which is published by Quercus and is the first in her 'Kit Salter' series. She also talks about her experiences as a writer, how she got published and how she writes for children.
Young readers join a cute, ambitious hamster and his furry friends in creating a winning hot rod in Cynthia Lord’s playful, whimsical—and interactive—HOT ROD HAMSTER, illustrated by award-winning artist Derek Anderson.
The amazing creative process of author and artist Oliver Jeffers has both kids and adults savoring THE HEART AND THE BOTTLE, his poignant illustrated tale of finding the utmost joy and wonder in life.
LORD SUNDAY concludes Garth Nix's renowned KEYS TO THE KINGDOM series, delivering edge-of-the-seat action and surprises galore as Arthur races to complete his harrowing quest to save the kingdom he is heir to.
Check out the animated trailer for LORD SUNDAY, which concludes Garth Nix's renowned KEYS TO THE KINGDOM series, delivering edge-of-the-seat action and surprises galore as Arthur races to complete his harrowing quest to save the kingdom he is heir to.
In Philip Reeve's captivating fantasy FEVER CRUMB--prequel to his Hungry City chronicles--an imaginative orphan girl dwells in London's broken future, plagued by memories that don't seem her own and a city that thinks she may be spawn of a dreaded race.
Cornelia Funke's epic INKHEART trilogy comes to a stunning, satisfying conclusion in INKDEATH, a powerful and engrossing tale shadowed by heinous villains. But this time, at last, they get their comeuppance.
Here's a sneak peek of our brand new Tom Thumb video, soon-to-be-released and enhanced with touchscreen technology in an animated story app! With the Tom Thumb app, you and your family will be able to read along, play along, and record your voice at home or on the road. Coming soon to ruckusmediagroup****.
No bigger than his father's thumb, the tiny folk hero Tom Thumb is on a larger-than-life adventure as he seeks to become a Knight of the Round Table in the land of King Arthur.
Illustrated by Tim Gabor
Narration by John Cleese
Music by Elvis Costello
Photo talks will bring talk and fun to your photos. It detects people's faces on a selected photo and automatically generates dialogs shown as speech bubbles (comic clouds) for the people on the photo. The result is a funny talking photo.
You can get it on Google Play, Amazon, SlideMe, GetJar, Apps.Opera, AndroidPit,...
✔ automatically detects FRONT facing people faces on the photo
✔ automatically generates dialogs suitable for the occasion the selected photo was taken on like wedding, party, children, couple in love etc.
From Dallas Clayton, an exciting new face in children’s literature, comes a book of illustrated poems full of wisdom, wonder, and whimsy.
A boy with a beard tries to stay six forever. A frightful monster lives a million miles away, but is equally scared of you. A magic rope hangs from the sky, next to a sign saying "Give me a try." In this brightly illustrated selection of playful, often provocative poems, ideas run the gamut from stopping your lightning-fast running to help others keep up, imagining a store that sells colors never before made, or admitting you’ll never know all the answers (and sleeping better at night). Following the runaway success of his self-published debut, Dallas Clayton’s quirky, captivating collection makes it clear that this rising talent, whose work has evoked comparisons to Dr. Seuss, Maurice Sendak, and Shel Silverstein, exudes a spirit and style all his own.