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Dr. Seuss Treasury app review: all the Dr. Seuss classics in one interactive app

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Introduction

There aren’t too many kids who don’t love Dr. Seuss, from the classic books to the feature-length movies, Dr. Seuss is a household name. These classics are appealing to both children and adults because they’re fun and each one provides a valuable life lesson for the little ones. Now you can get all the classics together in one fun and interactive app with Dr. Seuss Treasury. This is a free app and it’s compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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Dr. Seuss Treasury Kids Books

Free

The Cat in the Hat and All His Friends

We should always encourage our children to pick up a book and read, but there’s no reason that books can’t be just as much fun and beneficial in digital form on a tablet. The important thing is to encourage our kids to read, and very few books have more success at convincing kids that reading is a good thing than the Dr. Seuss series. The Dr. Seuss Treasury app makes the books even more fun with interactive options, including fun narration and sound effects.

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This app is a whole lot of fun with very few flaws. The only drawback is that the free portion of the app is limited to a book of the month which changes each month. If you don’t want to pay for a monthly subscription or purchase all the books for $99.99 then you’ll be limited to whatever book is selected as the book of the month. A monthly subscription will set you back $4.99 per month. If you are happy to pay for full access there are over 50 titles to choose from. There are also the occasional ads which pop up, but these are pretty infrequent. This app will require 93.6 MB of free space on your iOS device.

Interacting with Dr. Seuss

The app is laid out in an appealing form, and of course the Cat in the Hat is there to greet you every time you access the main menu, which also features a fun window with all the available titles listed. To view everything that’s available you simply scroll down till you find a title you like. There is a 7-day free trial to let you try out the app with full access so you can decide if it’s something worth purchasing.

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To open a book you simply tap on the book cover which will open up a preview page with three different reading options. The first option is to have the book read to you by a narrator. In this version you still have to flip the pages yourself by swiping right to left but the pages are read to you. The narrator does a great job of bringing the pages to life. If you prefer you can choose to read the book yourself without a narrator or you can run it on auto play and the narrator will read the pages to you and the app will flip the pages automatically. It works very well in any format and it recreates the original books in every detail.  For parents you can also access statistics on how much reading your child is doing which is a nice feature. There’s also a built-in search function if you’re looking for a specific title.

Dr. Seuss Treasury Kids Books

Free

Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Over 50 Dr. Seuss titles included
  • Three different reading options
  • Great narration available and fun sound effects

Cons

  • Free access is limited to a 7-day trial and after that only one book per month

Final Words

Dr. Seuss is probably the most famous name in children’s book. What makes them so appealing is that they are fun little stories that always have a lesson behind them, making them popular with both children and adults alike. The Dr. Seuss Treasury app brings over 50 of Dr. Seuss’s titles to life in interactive form. This is a great app if you’re a fan of Dr. Seuss.

 

Dr. Seuss Treasury Kids Books

Free
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