Dr. Seuss Apps On SALE To Celebrate Dr. Seussâ€™s Birthday
Today, March 2nd, is Dr. Seuss’ birthday (as well as Read Across America Day)Â and to celebrate Oceanhouse Media is launching a sale for 25 Dr. Seuss digital books on iOS and Android, with prices ranging from $0.99 to $2.99. Some of the more notable apps include Horton Hears a Who!Â ($2.99),Â The Cat in the HatÂ ($1.99) andÂ The LoraxÂ ($0.99). In addition, the virtual tree growing gameÂ Lorax GardenÂ is now available to download for free. This of course, also coincides with the theatrical release of the animatedÂ The Lorax movie today.
For the complete listing of Dr. Seuss apps on sale, which runs thru March 8th, head on over to Oceanhouse Media’s webpageÂ for more info. Video trailerÂ highlighting the Dr. Seuss apps and press release after the gap.
Oceanhouse Media, Inc. today announced that it will drop the price ofÂ The LoraxÂ omBook (Oceanhouse Media digital book) to 99 cents and offer theÂ Lorax GardenÂ game for free from March 2nd through 8th in honor of Dr. Seussâ€™s birthday and Read Across America Day. In addition, 25 Dr. Seuss omBooks will be on sale ranging in price from 99 cents to $2.99 on iOS and Android markets.
The National Education Associationâ€™s Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2, the birthday of beloved childrenâ€™s author Dr. Seuss.
â€œThis is a great time to stock up on classic titles such as The Lorax, The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham and Dr. Seussâ€™s ABC for your mobile devices,â€ said Michel Kripalani, President of Oceanhouse Media. â€œAll Dr. Seuss omBooks include the original content and illustrations by Dr. Seuss and are enhanced with professional narration, background audio and features that promote reading and word recognition.â€
The omBooks feature three options: Auto Play (geared toward younger readers), which plays like a movie by automatically reading and turning pages; Read To Me, which allows users to listen to the narrated story with words highlighted as they are read; and Read It Myself, which lets users read the book in its traditional format.
Dr. Seuss omBooks are consistently ranked at the top of the app charts, with nine reaching the number one spot in the Books category on Appleâ€™s App Store. Recent releases includeÂ If I Ran the ZooÂ andÂ And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, Dr. Seussâ€™s first childrenâ€™s book.
For a list of Dr. Seuss omBooks on sale for the birthday celebration, visit the Oceanhouse Media website starting March 2 atÂ http://www.oceanhousemedia.com/products/type/sale/drseuss/. In addition to Lorax Garden,Â Dr. Seuss Band, the Dr. Seuss musical instrument game, is also available for free.
About Oceanhouse Media, Inc.
Creators of the award-winning Dr. Seuss book apps, Oceanhouse Media, Inc. is a leading publisher of more than 300 mobile apps for iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch), Android, NOOK Color, NOOK Tablet, Kindle Fire and HP TouchPad devices. The company was founded in early 2009 by Michel Kripalani, a veteran of the video gaming industry. Seventeen of the companyâ€™s apps have reached the number one spot within their categories on Appleâ€™s App Store. In addition, Google has selected the company as one of its Top Developers, a designation granted to only 150 groups worldwide.
Oceanhouse Media’s corporate focus is to uplift, educate and inspire through technology. For more information, visithttp://www.oceanhousemedia.com. Follow the company atÂ http://www.facebook.com/OceanhouseMediaÂ andhttp://twitter.com/OceanhouseMedia.
About Dr. Seuss Enterprise, L.P.
Dr. Seuss Enterprises was founded in 1993 following the death of Theodor S. Geisel, Dr. Seuss, to conserve and nurture the works of Dr. Seuss by protecting the integrity of the Dr. Seuss books while expanding beyond books into licensed merchandise. The licensing effort is a strategic part of the overall effort to strengthen and protect the relationship consumers have with Dr. Seuss characters. Theodor Geisel said he never wanted to license his characters to anyone who would â€œround out the edgesâ€. That is one of the guiding philosophies of Dr. Seuss Enterprises.