Nick Jr. Books – Read Interactive eBooks for Kids

Nick Jr. Books – Read Interactive eBooks for Kids

By Nickelodeon

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2017-01-04
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 385.34 MB
  • Developer: Nickelodeon
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 161 Reviews)
  • Price:
Nick Jr. Books – Read Interactive eBooks for Kids App Ratings: 4
Total 161 Reviews

Nick Jr. Books – Read Interactive eBooks for Kids App Description

Foster a love of reading with the Nick Jr. Books app for iPhone and iPad! Nick Jr. Books is a collection of digital books featuring stories from all your favorite Nick Jr friends, including PAW Patrol, Blaze and the Monster Machines, Bubble Guppies, Dora the Explorer, Dora and Friends, SpongeBob SquarePants, Team Umizoomi, Wallykazam, and Blues Clues! Each ebook is fully narrated with 3 reading modes: auto-read, read-aloud, and read myself. Nick Jr. Books also includes unique interactive effects and character animations on every page. Kids and parents will benefit from Parent Tips and reading comprehension questions that help kids build vocabulary. Use the reading tips to prompt discussion, establish connections, and cultivate a love of reading! Plus, kids earn stars for completing books. The app is free to download, and comes with 3 free books: Blaze: Blaze of Glory, PAW Patrol: Pup, Pup, and Away, and Team Umizoomi - Carnival. 49 additional books featuring over 9 Nick Jr . characters are available via In-App Purchase. Features: • 3 books FREE with initial download • Parent Tips to promote your child’s vocabulary and reading comprehension • Special Grownups parent section for account management and app settings • Purchase new titles from within the app • Daytime and nighttime modes, perfect for bedtime reading • Interactive elements on every page • Earn stars for each completed book and track awards progress • Browse books by Nick Jr. characters or view your entire collection • Develop Spanish reading skills with 4 Dora books en Español! • See Parent Tips on your Apple Watch while your child reads books on the iPhone (Parent Tips for Apple Watch connect to iPhone only) • Offline reading (take it with you while you're on trips) Legal Notices Nick Jr. Books collects personal user data as well as non-personal user data (including aggregated data). User data collection is in accordance with applicable law, such as COPPA. User data may be used, for example, to respond to user requests; enable users to take advantage of certain features and services; personalize content and advertising; and manage and improve Nickelodeon's services. For more information regarding Nickelodeon’s use of personal user data, please visit the Nickelodeon Group Privacy Policy below. Our Privacy Policy is in addition to any terms, conditions or policies agreed to between you and Apple, Inc., and Nickelodeon and its affiliated entities are not responsible for Apple's collection or use of your personal user data and information. Additionally, this App may use “local notifications.” Local notifications are sent directly from the App to your device (you don’t need to be connected to the Internet) and may be used to notify you of new content or events within your App, among other reasons. Use of this app is subject to the Nickelodeon End User License Agreement. Nick Jr. Books offers in-app purchases and charges real money for additional in-app content. You may lock out the ability to purchase in-app content by adjusting your device¹s settings. You may have set up your Apple ID password to keep you logged on for 15 minutes after an initial in-app purchase. If so, additional purchases won’t require a re-entry of the password during this 15 minute interval. This is a function of how you set up your account and not within our control. End User License Agreement: Privacy Policy: The End User License Agreement for this app includes arbitration for disputes ­ see FAQs:


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Nick Jr. Books – Read Interactive eBooks for Kids App Reviews

  • Are you kidding me??

    By Darthmcbride
    I would think the 3 bucks per show would be worth it but 3 bucks a BOOK?!!? Go home, you’re drunk.
  • SpongeBob is a Nickelodeon Show!

    By Jmrkbr
    It belongs to Nickelodeon, not Nick Jr!
  • Overpriced

    By Piutau
    The three free books are alright. Not exactly interactive, though. But 2.99 per book? That’s absurd. They’re not well written enough (or even that well narrated) to be worth that much money.
  • Not good. Not worth it.

    By Boopany
    There are so many books out there, published by companies with less money, that are much better than this. I tried it anyway after reading poor reviews and unfortunately agree with them but not for the same reasons. The books are vapid. Not well written. The books are not interactive and only contain tiny movements like peoples eyes blinking and the characters sometimes hover. The three free books are blah. I went into a section to try a paid book and it first made me pay for the free book in that section before I could unlock the next book, which I also paid for. So do not bother unlocking books if you don’t want to pay them for the ‘free’ books. My daughter liked it ok but she did not go searching for it again. I deleted. Hopefully they use my money to upgrade these.
  • Booo!

    By booobooo!
    I think this isn’t a great app because you can only read three books that are free and the rest cost 2.99 which is priced for a simple book and at least have more books that are free because seems like the worst book app for kids ever
  • Expensive scam

    By Pudge bug
    $2.99 for one FREAKIN BOOK!? They are short and they are a big scam and waste of money. These scammers got my attention.
  • Can't spell child's full name!

    By Rainbow52312
    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.
  • Hardly Interactive!

    By imk8
    Calling these books is interactive is very deceptive and is to little showers of extremely basic graphics when you touch the screen and - oh yeah - I suppose flipping the pages is interactive too, in these books, but THAT is the extent of it.
  • Another nick jr cash grab

    By The truth master
    Too expensive like most there apps
  • Free should be free or 50-99 cents

    By Grodr819
    You and Turgeon reading the book should be $.99 to free. Via com has enough money