Por Crab Hill Press LLC
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Proud recipient of the Children’s Technology Review “Editor’s Choice Award” and named a “Top 10 App” by Apps4Kids!
This version is for iPhone and iPod touch. Download all the smashing fun now! A pop-up picture book perfectly designed for younger kids with tons of surprises and interactivity.
“Nash Smasher has it all—clever interactivity, amazing art, engaging story—sure to be an instant classic in any kids’ app library!”
—Jonathan Rosenbloom, Editor in Chief/Time Learning Ventures at Time Inc./Time For Kids
Ready for a “smashing” fun time? Nash is a boy who loves to smash everything in sight—that is, until all his crashing and kerblashing turns Sue’s birthday party into a disaster zone. Can Nash use his smashing ways to save the day? Find out in this heart-warming, laugh-packed interactive picture book!
Filled with touchable surprises and laughs galore—Nash Smasher will keep any child playing, thinking, and giggling.
“The ‘read to me’ option and the hidden surprises on nearly every screen mean children of all ages can enjoy the fun.”
—Annie Hunter, 2nd Grade Teacher, Plainwell Community Schools, Michigan
“A hilarious, interactive way to show kids the importance of social skills—with mini activities and a charming story to boot!”
—Leanna Landsmann, Author, A+ Advice for Parents, United Features Syndicate
Nash Smasher is written by children’s book author Bill Doyle (Sesame Workshop, Scholastic, LeapFrog, Little Brown, Random House) and illustrated by Troy Cummings (Random House, Cartoon Network, Leapfrog, Pearson Education, Scholastic).
Creative direction by Rachel Ericson-Carmiggelt (Sesame Workshop, Conde Nast, Hearst, Sanoma, Van Gaal & Company).
Crab Hill Press LLC is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: 1-3, 3-6, 6-10
Categories: Books, Early Learning, Matching, Reading, Vocabulary
Novedades de la versión 1.2
Number of small improvements, including easier page-turning when the device is held diagonally and better results when saving the reader's place in the story.