Dr Seuss’s Grinch stole christmas early this year for the book publishers, landing major deals to put the children’s books on the Android reading ebook tablet.
Are any of you fans of the film adaptations “The Cat in the Hat,” and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas?” But have you ever wondered how the stories with their characters came to light in the first place? The American writer come cartoonist “Dr Seuss,” made them possible, and today they can both be enjoyed on Android devices with the benefit of apps.
The apps which can be purchased for $3.99 each can be used not just for entertainment value, but for educational purposes for the young at heart, consisting of customisable music, special effects and audio. As Mashable reported to book publisher, the two special apps can be used either by read along, having the app talk to you or by auto-play. This works when you simply touch your Android screen and the words flash up in front of you.
Just in time for Christmas, there are two Dr. Seuss books available for download at $3.99 each. They are “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” and “Cat in the Hat”.
The books can be enjoyed in three ways. Once is a read along where specific words are highlighted to build your vocabulary (your child’s that is), another is a narrative and the last is an automatic page turn. The app includes great self-publishing background music and classic Dr. Seuss artwork that will keep you entertained to the end.
The Dr. Seuss app for Android can be viewed on any Android smartphone as well as popular tablets like the Samsung Galaxy Tab and Archos 5.