Oceanhouse Media Releases New Dr. Seuss and Berenstain Bears Book Apps
Today, we’ve released two omBooks (Oceanhouse Media digital books) from our Dr. Seuss and The Berenstain Bears series.
A Dr. Seuss favorite, Horton Hatches the Egg is now available for the special introductory price of $1.99 on iOS and Android devices. Kind-hearted Horton the Elephant is persuaded to sit on an egg while its mother, the good-for-nothing bird lazy Maysie, flutters off on a vacation. Horton is teased and taunted by his jungle friends, “How absurd! Old Horton the Elephant thinks he’s a bird!” He’s captured by hunters, even placed in a traveling circus, but he keeps his promise and protects the egg. When runaway Maysie stumbles upon the traveling circus and demands her egg back, something incredible and unexpected occurs teaching children that virtue earns a reward!
“I meant what I said
And I said what I meant…
An elephant’s faithful
One hundred per cent!”
Six original bedtime stories all in one omBook, The Berenstain Bears’ BIG Bedtime Book is offered for the special introductory price of $4.99 for Apple devices. When Mama and Papa Bear go out for the night, Brother and Sister aren’t too sad. Why? Because they have wonderful Mrs. Grizzle—the best babysitter and storyteller ever! This omBook includes:
• Little Red Grizzly Hood: A little cub visits her grandmother in the woods and encounters a very tricky wolf.
• The Three Billy Goats Gruff Meet the Bogg Brothers: Three goat brothers are determined to outsmart the hungry inhabitants under the bridge.
• The Three Little Cubs and the Big Bad Pig: The three little cubs see how their special houses, built from their favorite treats, fare against a very hungry pig.
• The Gingerbread Bear: Grandma and Grandpa Bear are in for a surprise when their freshly baked gingerbread bear hops right off the pan!
• Goldibear and the Three People: Goldibear strays too far outside the forest and encounters some terrifying creatures – people!
• The Little Red Hen: The little red hen enlists the help of the duck, the cat, and the pig to plant and harvest the wheat.