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Ruckus Recommended Reading List - Price Drop

July 7, in the year of our Lord 2011 –
Wilton, CT: Ruckus Media Group, an independent digital family entertainment company, today announced The Ruckus Recommended Reading List and special pricing ($0.99 per app) on five of its top-selling apps. The Ruckus Recommended Reading List consists of five specially priced apps designed to engage children’s minds during vacation from school. Whether traveling by plane, train, automobile or enjoying some digital reading at home, Ruckus apps provide educational and thought-provoking entertainment to keep children stimulated and amused during the summer months. Each app features distinctive interactive elements that allow children of all ages to experience a story through an array of sensory-driven activities.

The Ruckus Recommended Reading List:
Spot the Dot (iPad only): The first app from pop-up master and New York Times best-selling children’s book author David A. Carter (One Red Dot, Bugs in a Box series). This dynamic, eye-popping game invites toddlers and preschoolers to find different colored dots hidden in a wide variety of interactive playspaces. Touch the screen and simple geometric patterns in bright, clean hues will captivate as well as help kids learn their colors. Also available in a free lite version.

A Present for Milo (iPad only): With more than 80 touch-interactive objects that initiate more than 125 animations just right for active young fingers and minds, this interactive exciting cat-chases-mouse story is ideal for pre-readers and young readers alike. Awards: Parents' Choice Award Winner, About.com’s 2011 Readers’ Choice Award for “Best App for Kids,” Mom's Choice Awards' "Best in Family-Friendly Products,” “Best Apps Ever Award" Finalist from 148apps.com. Also available in a free lite version.

The Velveteen Rabbit (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch): Meryl Streep shares the tale of love so powerful it can turn a toy bunny into a real rabbit. No child should miss this classic story of a toy, stuffed rabbit and his quest to become real through the love of his owner. Awards: Original production of The Velveteen Rabbit – Winner of: Grammy Award nomination, Parents’ Choice Award, CINE Golden Eagle Award, ACT Award. Also available in a free lite version.

Andrew Answers (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch): Bestselling author, Alan Katz, presents Andrew Answers, an interactive and EXTREMELY silly and seriously helpful app for kids learning to read or mastering the use of language. Recognized as a “Best Apps Ever Award" Finalist.

Rainforest Survival Challenge (iPad only): The goal of this game is to entertain while teaching kids about the rainforest and how it impacts the environment and our lives. Designed to stimulate minds and challenge children to use logic, players interpret information gleaned from the species information cards and must choose the best arrangement of their cards for the best chance of survival.

“Summer reading is fundamental to a child’s continuing development during school vacation,” said Rick Richter, Ruckus Media Group’s CEO. “With beautiful artwork, entertaining stories and high levels of interactivity, we believe apps on The Ruckus Recommended Reading List presents an incredible value for future lifelong readers.”

Spot the Dot, A Present for Milo, The Velveteen Rabbit, Andrew Answers, Rainforest Survival Challenge and a variety of other Ruckus Apps can be found on iTunes. Ruckus Recommended Reading List apps are $0.99 from today until July 14, 2011.


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