Nick Jr. Books – Read Interactive eBooks for Kids

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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 1.0
  • Size: 404 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Nickelodeon
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
  • In-App Purchases:
  • The Doctor Is In $2.99
  • Mermaid Treasure Hunt $2.99
  • Blue Goes to School $2.99
  • Ice Team $2.99
  • Bug Parade $2.99
  • The Big Book of Blaze $2.99
  • Magenta Gets Glasses $2.99
  • Puppy Birthday to you $2.99
  • The Pups Save Christmas $2.99
  • Itty Bitty Kitty Rescue $2.99
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Nick Jr. Books – Read Interactive eBooks for Kids Description

Download Nick Jr. Books if your child loves watching the various cartoons on the TV station because it has everything and more to keep them entertained for hours. The Nick Jr. Books app features everything from Paw Patrol and Dora the Explorer to SpongeBob SquarePants and Blues Clues so whatever age your child is there will be something for them. The app is fully interactive, and there are bedtime and daylight modes.

Pros

You get three books completely free when you download the app, and you can even teach your child basic Spanish phrases with the Dora section.

Cons

The books available for download with the Nick Jr. Books app are quite expensive at around $3 each, which soon adds up if your child desires the complete collection.





3 Comments


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    Rainbow52312
    iTunes
    Why on earth would you limit the number of characters in a child's name to 7 letters when trying to set up their own little account? If this is supposed to be somewhat of an educational tool, don't you think allowing parents to spell the child's FULL first name would be helpful so the child recognizes it correctly, and not their name with missing letters? Fail.
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    Rainbow52312
    iTunes
    Why on earth would you limit the number of characters in a child's name to 7 letters when trying to set up their own little account? If this is supposed to be somewhat of an educational tool, don't you think allowing parents to spell the child's FULL first name would be helpful so the child recognizes it correctly, and not their name with missing letters? Fail.
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    patricia
    Desktop
    2 years ago
    I want to try for my grandson and daughters
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