Explore the world’s most famous diary in this richly immersive experience for iPad2 and above.
• 21 video clips from Academy Award winning documentary-maker Jon Blair
• Over 40 audio clips, including commentary from Miep Gies, one of the helpers who risked her life to aid Anne and her family in hiding
• Exclusive access to the archive of the Anne Frank Fonds, founded by Anne’s father Otto Frank, including previously unreleased material
‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank for iPad is the remarkable edition of ‘one of the greatest books of the century’.
In the summer of 1942, fleeing the horrors of the Nazi occupation, Anne Frank and her family were forced into hiding in the back of an Amsterdam warehouse. Aged thirteen when she went into the Secret Annexe, Anne kept a diary in which she confided her innermost thoughts and feelings. An intimate record of adolescence and heartbreak, courage and inspiration, ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank for iPad offers stunning new ways to explore Anne’s world, what it looked, sounded and felt like living in hiding and what, in turn, was happening outside the Annexe walls.
‘The Diary of a Young Girl’ by Anne Frank for iPad is published by Penguin Books UK and Beyond the Story.
At last, something of superb quality for more mature readers. This is a stunning presentation of Anne Frank’s diary and life. Although it costs $13.99 I think it should be on every school ipad especially in the libraries. This app takes ebooks to a new level of quality and I look forward to the response to it from Anne Frank readers.
★ New York Times Top 10 Best Children’s Books on the iPad ★ 2011 MOBI Award Winner ★ Time.com Top 25 iPad Apps for Kids ★ Chosen as New and Noteworthy, What’s Hot, and Staff Favorites by Apple ★ Appy Award Finalist ★ 5 Stars from Appolicious ★ KinderTown 10 Top Apps Kids Will Beg to Play
LOVE DINOSAURS? Dig into more than 700 dinos with National Geographic’s interactive Dinopedia!
Based on the award-winning NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS ULTIMATE DINOPEDIA: The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference Ever, this app goes beyond any dinosaur encyclopedia you’ve ever seen. Just what makes this dino app so extreme? MORE THAN 700 DINOSAURS! ASTONISHING ARTWORK! THE LATEST DISCOVERIES! AMAZING INTERACTIVES AND VIDEO!
The National Geographic Kids Ultimate Dinopedia is the most complete, most beautiful, and most up-to-date look at the dinosaur world. It bursts with astonishing artwork. It amazes with fantastic facts. It captures the newest, coolest paleontology. Meet the smallest, largest, fastest, and slowest dinosaurs known. Find out the most famous dinosaur mistakes. Judge winners in the greatest dinosaur battles of all time, and discover much more!
Discover the incredibly unique array of native and introduced animals that inhabit New Zealand’s land, sea and air. Learn all about these species through beautiful images, interesting facts, amazing videos and stunning sounds.
Young and old alike will be fascinated to see both well known and rare animals come alive at their fingertips. It’s simple and intuitive design allows you to marvel at the high quality photos or quickly access detailed information.
Whether you’re a kiwi, planning a trip to New Zealand or just curious about our local wildlife, NZ Fauna will give you the lowdown on all you need to know.
ABOUT NZ FAUNA
- Over 110 animals featured
- Includes high quality images, sound and video
- Full of fascinating fun facts
- Simple, intuitive design
- Features the voices of Ruud Kleinpaste and Nicola Vallance
- Record your own voice for animal names
- Unlock achievements to gain access to bonus material
ABOUT THE VIDEOS
NZ Fauna only shows hand picked videos from YouTube. All videos were carefully reviewed to be educational, child friendly and fascinating.
NZ Fauna needs an internet connection to play videos. A wi-fi connection is recommended. Some videos may be removed from YouTube but we try to replace them regularly.
Your comments, feedback or questions about NZ Fauna are always welcome. Please contact us at facebook.com/kiwipedianz.
Kiwipedia is a not-for-profit organisation whose sole aim is to promote education through high quality, mobile apps for people of all ages.
This app should be on all school ipads. Nicely constructed with plenty of information and excellent videos. I couldn’t get the app to record my voice for the animal names but don’t regard that as very important. Great work Kiwipedia – they deserve our support.
Yes! Join Nicholas Ickle in a fully interactive adaption of Nick Bland’s outrageous book “The Wrong Book”. Read by Australian comic legend Frank Woodley, journey with Nicholas as he tries to tell his story…but is interrupted by trumpeting elephants shooting peanuts, farting monsters, sneaky pirates, squeaky rats and plenty of other silly characters…that are all IN THE WRONG BOOK!
- Farting monsters!
- Choose to be read to, or record your own voice!
- Tilt, tap and swipe on every page to discover fun animations & sounds.
- Collect interactive items from the story around the edge of the book and fling them about!
- iPad 3 retina display ready
Well received by the 6-11 year olds I shared this with today. Having the print edition to show that this was a real book that has been cleverly adapted for iPad highlights the interactive features of the app. Great fun and brilliantly narrated by Frank Woodley. Thumbs up from my students today, even the big kids.
Building on the great feedback we’ve received for our Animalia App for iPad and iPhone, we are excited to bring you the latest Graeme Base iPad App: ‘The Waterhole’.
The original book is an ingenious fusion of counting book, puzzle book, storybook and art book – an exhilarating journey of discovery from the plains of Africa and the jungles of the Amazon to the woodlands of North America and the desert of outback Australia. Our App brings Graeme’s wonderful art to digital life with an animated read through and an array of games to challenge and delight kids and adults alike.
This is another delightful app that I’ll be sharing with my junior critics this week. I need their help as it is to get the frogs across the lily pads.
Here’s what they had to say about this app “you had to think and look for animals, colourful illustrations, music told us which country the animals live in, activities that made you think, variety of activities, the tone of the music changed as each animal was found.”
For little readers (and adults) who don’t want to just stand and look, but who want to play an active role in this unforgettable adventure. Thanks to the iPad’s (or iPhone) magic.
Are you familiar with the story of Pinocchio, the little puppet who talks, moves and throws tantrums just like a regular child (but who is certainly no child)?
Then you might like to help Geppetto build his puppet, bit by bit, or use your own hands to move Fire Eater’s marionettes, or even throw yourself into the joyful music of Toyland. This is what you’ll be doing when you go from one scene to the next in this app. But you’ll also have to wend your way through the dark forest full of mysterious night animals, deal with a monstrous snake, save your little puppet friend before his feet catch on fire, and figure out how to turn him into a real, live little boy…
How will you manage all this? By keeping your eyes peeled and your ear to the ground (oh, and mind where you put your feet, or fingers!). Each and every scene is full of surprises.
-Interactivity–an array of different interactive elements, with touch-sensitive animation or sound effects, moving figures you can interact with, objects you can throw, drag or move by tilting your iPad/iPhone
-Original artist’s illustrations
-Original music, with 4 themes composed especially for this app
-2D/3D engine with physical support, particle systems, shaders, flares and lots more besides, developed specifically for this app
-An absorbing story that traces the most exciting and moving events in Collodi’s classic tale
- English and Italian narration
A perfect app to support the study of toys at school this term. This classic, longer story with stunning graphics will appeal to all ages and it certainly hooked my review class of discerning six-year-olds today. This app will require children to be more actively engaged in reading and predicting as opposed to just being entertained by the interactive elements.
★ “Overall this is a phenomenal digital app that takes storytelling to another level.” – Digital Storytime
★ “A beautiful, resonant story about the way we leave behind childish things…” – Kirkus Reviews
★ “A captivating transformation of a teen, with great re-readability…” – Curated Book Apps For Kids
★ “The Artifacts is highly sophisticated, provoking thought at several levels…” – iPad App Reviews by Gill Robins
★ “Everyone has been asking, “Where are the story apps for tweens and teens?” Well, here’s one for them. Will they respond to it? You bet.” – School Library Journal
★ “The Artifacts is a celebration of the power of individual thought and imagination. It is at the top of Bloom’s triangle. I highly recommend it for middle school iPads.” – Literacy Journal
The Artifacts is a brand new, original picture book created especially for iPad/iPod Touch and iPhone.
It is inspired in equal parts by: childhood collections of bizarre and unlikely things, memories of moving house, the minimalist movement, and the joy of creating imaginative worlds of one’s own.
“My Sister’s Not Like Other Sisters” is a heartfelt interactive story about the beautiful and inextricable (albeit sometimes frustrating!) bond between sisters. It has been thoughtfully designed for the kinesthetic/tactile, visual and auditory learner – to ensure a holistic, interactive experience.
Maggie is a little sister, and she drives her older sister crazy!
Maggie doesn’t help her older sister to tidy up and she won’t let her older sister be the princess at playtime either. She steals her older sister’s big two-wheeler bike and even scribbles over her older sister’s drawings. Maggie is definitely not like other sisters.
But beneath it all, Maggie is brave and caring. She makes her older sister laugh when she’s scared and consoles her when she’s sad. In her own quirky way, Maggie shows her older sister just how much she loves her and why she is, indeed, not like other sisters.
This app story was a hit with the 5-9 years olds I shared it with recently, and with their teachers. They loved the many interactive features especially the one that allows you to create your own art and embed it in the story. A tender and funny story that was also enjoyed by the boys in the audience.
What is a QBook?
QBook™ is an interactive read-along digital colour picture book format designed by Kiwa Media for children. QBook is an eBook, iPhone and iPad app that combines a narrators voice with original picture illustrations and touchable text that is synchronised to highlight and sound when words are touched. There are great puzzles and games to enjoy as well.
Personalize each book with ‘this book belongs to …
Swipe-to-Read™ to highlight and playback the story at your own pace
Touch-to-Hear™ individual words spoken
Touch-to-Spell™ to hear the letters that spell each and every word
Auto Play to enjoy the narration
Use the iRead™ Function to read and record the story yourself and customize your book
Use the Colour Palette to paint each page and save this to customize your book
QBook is a great activity for kids of all ages and helps develop reading and comprehension skills. QBook can also be used as part of a lesson plan or reading strategy and helps children learn spelling and pronunciation.
Includes familiar New Zealand content such as The Wonky Donkey , Hairy Maclary and Quaky Cat. Click on individual publishers for titles.
Join Bertie on his quest to find the moon, with this charming bedtime story that will gently nurture your child’s imagination, and send them off into the magical world of dreams.
If the moon disappeared, wouldn’t you be worried too?
Help solve the mystery! Meet some amazing animal friends. Play games with them and sing together. Follow Bertie through the whole book on his quest for the moon.
~ 4 games.
~ 8 original songs, plus karaoke.
This book was written by Helen from England who has her own moon obsessed toddler. The book was illustrated by Vlad from Russia who is tall and thin and loves coffee with milk.
P.S. This book is interactive! Touch and drag things across the screen. Use headphones for best audio experience.
This is a delightful reading experience for very young children. Appeals to the grandmother in me. Beautiful graphics and one of the nocturnal animals Bertie meets on his quest to find the moon is a kiwi. The activities include the timeless game of ‘match it’.