Duh! Brazil: multi-touch e-book about the country of soccer
Duh books are non-fiction e-books especially designed for iPad and Mac. This means they are a bit like apps: you can swipe pages, click beautiful images, play little movies and answer questions. In Duh! Brazil kids read about cute looking but poisonous frogs, watch movies about huge waterfalls and hunting Indians, see Neymar in action, make interactive puzzles and learn their first words in Portuguese with the help of a native speaker.
For ages 7 and up
Duh books can be read by children aged 7 years and up. It's a fine source for both parents and children browsing for content for their project or show and tell. Trusted information that is not just from any online source. The content is on par with the finest traditional educational material, presented in a way that children will understand and enjoy, even the reluctant readers.
Six titles and counting
The collection is growing. Currently, there are six Duh books available in the iBooks store, for $ 3.99 each: Brazil, Universe, Volcanoes, Knights and Castles, Cats and Horses. Pirates is about to be released.
Great reviews by renowned sites
Coolmomtech, a site by 'moms who use tech in their everyday lives' writes:
'An awesome interactive resource on a variety of kid-friendly topics. From the universe and volcanoes to horses, cats, knights and castles, the growing Duh! collection is full of great information, simple explanations, cool interactive graphics, and links to learn more.'
Unawe, EU website ‘for universe awareness’ writes:
'Duh! Universe is a new "multi-touch e-book", suitable for children aged 7 and up, that introduces topics such as the stars and planets, our night sky and human spaceflight in a very fun and interactive way...highly recommended ...would work well in a formal education setting ... but could also entertain children as an extracurricular read and play activity.'
You can download Duh! Brazil in iTunes and the iBooks store: https://itunes.apple.com/
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