Toy Story Read-Along: Free - This app offers children a fun read-along app, high quality movie clips, a sound-board, a sing-a-long song book, a painting package and a couple of enjoyable child friendly games.
The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore: $4.99 This is fun app that blends the idea of a picture book and animated film. It’s a fun interactive narrative experience for the reader.
Newsela: Free - an informational text site that allows to reader to change the reading level.
Click on the icon to watch the "How To" video.
Kobo: Free What I like about this app is that it takes a survey of your reading interests and then creates a bookshelf of recommended reads. You can read a free preview of the book, usually chapter 1, before deciding if you want to purchase the book. And if you like the book, you can always see if you can get it cheaper from Amazon for the Kindle app, Barnes and Noble for the Nook app, or from iBooks.
iFlow: Free - This book reading app is unique in several ways. First it provides you access to 40,000 free books and written texts including historical documents like Lincoln’s Gettysburg address. But what really stands out about iFlow is that includes a hands free autoscroll feature that enables you to read without having to manually scroll or turn pages. The words scroll up the screen as you read and you can set the scroll speed for what works for you.
Shakespeare: Free - This app provides you the complete works — every play, every poem, and every sonnet. Each play comes divided into acts and scenes. There are guides to all of the characters as well as scene breakdowns which give an overall view of each scene, where it occurs, what’s happening and which characters are involved. There are also facts, a biography of Shakespeare himself, glossary of words and more. Great app for English teachers!