The app has taken the number two slot (beaten only by the collected works of fellow British developer and all-round good eggs Touch Press) on the list, selected “to represent the range and variety of materials available for children and teens reviewed by School Library Journal since late 2012.”
Here’s what SLJ have to say about Little Red Riding Hood in their review:
“A classic fairy tale receives an invigorating update in Nosy Crow’s splendid Little Red Riding Hood. Along with its playful nonlinear storytelling, a winsome narration, and vibrant artwork filled with humorous—and wacky—touches, this flawlessly interactive app includes games and activities that propel the story forward and send this big bad wolf on his way.”
If you’ve tried Little Red Riding Hood, or one of our other apps, in a school, we’d really love to hear from you! If you’d like to share your experience of using technology and apps in the classroom, please do send an email or get in touch on Twitter or Facebook. And if you’re interested in purchasing multiple copies of the app for an educational institution, don’t forget, you may be eligible for Apple’s Volume Purchase Programme.
You can watch our trailer for Little Red Riding Hood here:
Many thanks to School Library Journal – and we hope you all continue to enjoy Little Red Riding Hood in 2014!