Monthly Archive: October, 2012

Miss Rosie Red – Let me see… what will I be?

This week my Friday Pick{ture Book} is Miss Rosie Red – Let me see… what will I be? When Rosie Red receives an invitation to her friend Darcy’s party, she tries on all sorts of costumes… Continue reading

I’m looking for an app about… music

Every month, I link up with Playing By the Book‘s blog for a carnival of book reviews under the title “I’m Looking for a Book About…” This month, we are exploring music. It was very… Continue reading

Cybils 2012 – My Top 5 Picks

The nominations period for the Cybils is in full swing, with the deadline of 15 October fast approaching. To help you decide, I’ve put together a list of my Top 5 Book Apps… Continue reading

An Insight into Ink Robin

Ladies and gentlemen! I’m very excited to introduce a new feature on the blog today: Q&A with app developers from around the world. I can’t help but be amazed by just how many countries… Continue reading

Piccadilly’s Circus

Roll up, roll up, for one of my favourite apps of the year! Piccadilly’s Circus is a fabulous, roller-coaster tale of what happens to a circus troupe when their ringmaster is sick and they… Continue reading

Hugless Douglas

“One spring morning, a big yaaawwwwn came from the back of a deep dark cave. … I need a hug,” said Douglas.” And off he goes in search of the perfect hug in… Continue reading

Cybils nominations now open

Nominations for the 2012 Cybils Awards are now open! You can submit your choice here: And find out more about what makes a book app here, by Mary Ann Scheuer: I would… Continue reading