The Possibilities Are Endless with Painting Lulu

Coloring books are great for kids. They encourage creativity and control, and there are a seemingly endless array of styles, characters, scenes, themes, and complexities to choose from. Painting Lulu adds to the mix with… read more

Kids Love Elmo, and Elmo Loves Them Too!

Sesame Street’s longtime star, Elmo, is a giggly, sweet, friendly little red monster kids know and love. But best of all—Elmo loves kids back, and he can’t wait to tell them (over and over again!).… read more

Journey Awaits in New Star Wars App

Star Wars fans can officially relive scenes from Star Wars The Prequel Trilogy in new form with the Star Wars Journeys: Beginnings app, from Disney Publishing. Users will be able to read, race, and battle… read more

Get Ready to Race with Wow! Wow! Wubbzy

Kids’ favorite Wubbzy character from Nick Jr.’s Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! takes new form in Cupcake Digital’s latest app, Wubbzy’s Racecar. The app allows kids to bring the fun and curiosity from the show into the palm of their hands… read more

Kids Can Tell the Stories with New Windows App

Kids Story Builder leverages the camera and audio capabilities of the Nokia Lumia phone to create fun, interactive photo experiences for kids and their parents. The app helps young kids create their own personalized stories… read more

An App that Helps Kids Make Healthy Choices

September may be best known for the beginning of a new school year, the reintroduction of pumpkin-flavored/scented everything into our diets and homes, and the start of our holiday countdowns—but what you may not have… read more

Here Be Monsters Lets Kids Virtually Travel the World

Here Be Monsters, from Gamesys, lets kids virtually travel the world, collecting fruits, plants, treasure, and even mythical creatures along the way. Players can create elaborate traps to catch local monsters, using materials and bait… read more

A World of Reading in One App

I have so many memories of library visits as a kid. I would pick out more books than I could fit into my arms and sink into a big bean bag chair and read through as many as books… read more