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App Reviews and Articles July - September 2017

Here is a list of the great children's apps I've reviewed/app-related articles I've written at www.thebookchook.com from July to September 2017. You can also link through to read app reviews from earlier in the year.

Children’s App Reviews, April - June 2017

How can I find all The Book Chook's children's app reviews from April to June 2017?

Children’s App Reviews, January - March 2017

What children's apps for iPad were reviewed at The Book Chook between January and March, 2017?

Children’s iPad App, Draw and Tell HD

What's the children's iPad app, Draw and Tell HD, all about?

Children’s iPad App, TotemUp

What is the children's iPad app, TotemUp, all about? Read my review at The Book Chook.

Children’s iPad App, Busy Shapes

What is the iPad puzzle app, Busy Shapes, all about? "To play, a child looks at the visual puzzle, and moves puzzle pieces to where he thinks they should go. Experimentation is built in, and if you do something that doesn’t work, the piece is presented to you again. The puzzles train the user that certain things work - if you see yellow around a hole, chances are the piece to go in should be yellow. No yellow piece currently? Okay, how can a piece be turned yellow?" Read more at The Book Chook.

Children’s iPad App, Inventioneers

What is the children's app for iOS and Android, Inventioneers, all about? Read my review at The Book Chook.

Children’s iPad App, Pettson’s Inventions

What is the children's app, Pettson's Inventions, all about? "When the game starts, Pettson speaks to you and promises a prize if you can solve the puzzle. Prizes are virtual cogwheels you can use in inventions. The puzzles, just as in Inventioneers, involve manipulating given objects to solve problems. For instance, mowing a lawn involves releasing a caged “mower” (a very handy bird with a bladed beak!) by attaching a weight to two pulleys."
Read more at The Book Chook.