Free Apps for “You Day”

Summers can be hectic. We kick it off with Memorial Day, scramble for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day and in a few short weeks, we’ll be throwing a party for America’s birthday. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a day for You?

We think so. So we’re declaring June 23rd “You Day.” To celebrate, we’re making four of our iPad apps free.

The Autobiography of Ben Franklin
Franklin wrote the most popular autobiography in history, and it’s even more awesome with expert commentary in videos.

Dracula’s Guest
Dracula’s Guest is the short story that Bram Stroker wrote before Dracula made him famous. And it will show you just how powerful his imagination always was.

The Three Little Pigs
One of the greatest and most retold stories in history comes to life with images and narration. Guaranteed to blow your house down.

The Sherlock Holmes Experience
With this app, you can do your own investigation along with literature’s greatest  detective. Read the stories, and watch videos about Holmes’s London.

We hope you enjoy these apps. Happy You Day!

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  • chris says:

    books are written to endorse the imagination. You guys are imagination killers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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