"Apple's iBooks electronic-book reader application ... may be the most intriguing program available for the iPad because it directly challenges the most popular tablet computer so far, Amazon's Kindle. The free iBooks ships with a copy of A.A. Milne's "Winnie-the-Pooh" that shows a big iPad advantage compared with the color-deprived Kindle: the ability to display the book's artwork."
"Among the many children's literature apps launching with the iPad are ICDL for iPad, which links to a library of children's literature in 54 languages, and A Story Before Bed, a service that allows users to record themseves reading a book for play back any time..."
Read more in The Guardian: http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/childrens-book-ipad-apps-offer-multilingual-tales-longdistance-bedtime-stories-1934847.html
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