"A cow says MOO. A sheep says BAA. Three singing pigs say LA LA LA!" So begins Sandra Boynton's all-time best-selling book, Moo, Baa, La La La! a forever favorite of small children and their parents. Written with zesty rhyme and wry humor, and illustrated by the author with those droll Boynton characters, it's the perfect anytime book for young children. In this eBook-with-audio version, New York City-based actor Keith Boynton narrates his mother's well-known, well-loved book. With over five million copies in print, Moo, Baa, La La La! is listed among Publishers Weekly's Bestselling Children Books of All Time.
In this NOOK Kids Read to Me book, children can choose to hear the story read aloud and pinch & stretch to zoom in on pictures.
Check out this rollicking, humorous, and heartwarming twist on the classic "first pet" story about a young bear and her favorite pet boy!
When Lucy, a young bear, discovers a boy in the woods, she's absolutely delighted. She brings him home and begs her mom to let her keep him, even though her mom warns, "Children make terrible pets." But mom relents, and Lucy gets to name her new pet Squeaker.
Through a series of hilarious and surprising scenes, readers can join Lucy and Squeaker on their day of fun and decide for themselves whether or not children really do make terrible pets.
In this NOOK Kids Read to Me book, children can choose to hear the story read aloud, tap to enlarge text and pinch & stretch to zoom in on pictures.
Fortunately, Barnes and Noble has recently released the NOOK for Kids app for iPad, which enables the same experience with NOOKkids Read to Me ebooks whether you have a NOOKcolor or an iPad.
When the Barnes and Noble NOOKcolor was released on November 19, 2010, one of its signature features was NOOKkids Read to Me ebooks. These books featured a narration (and not a fake, mechanical sounding one) if you wanted it. Moving from page to page, a child could hear the words read to them, and tapping the text would re-read that particular segment. Thumbnail views of each page mimicked the visual magazine representation. The downside of these books is that they were only available for the NOOKcolor.