Lately I have spent a lot of time reading and researching Early Readers especially those from the I Can Read! series. It was the Christian ones that I first discovered through Zondervan and then later the quality general market titles from Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins. (Zondervan is a Christian division belonging to HarperCollins Publishers.) While this app only focuses on the specifically Harper titles for what it is, it is very neat!
I am a visual list making person. It is for this reason that I enjoy Goodreads so much and have fallen for Pinterest as well. Having all cover images on a screen for me to choose from is delightful. Then also include a division of reader level and I am very satisfied. But… the app does not stop there.
There is a sample reader page to help you choose the right level of difficulty between the Levels “My First”, Level 1 and Level 2. (Currently the app does not go beyond Level 2, however from Harper there are books through third and fourth levels.) This is a great way to get started and familiarize yourself.
Once you have chosen which level is right for you early reader, there is a page were you can see the covers of most titles available. When connected to WiFi click an image and be able to read more details about the book. On books I already own like Dixie (Level 1) I see tge option to open the book to read. On others that I do not currently own in Nook form I see the option to buy with prices shown. It appears this is fully linked to the Nook Shop.
I Can Read! books are great on the Nook Color. As far as I have seen they are all Nook Kids Read to Me selections that gives great options for books being read aloud. Overall I think this is a great app full of information to help get you started in the eBook world of Harper I Can Read! titles.
I purchased this app for free from the Nook app Shop on my Nook Color after stumbling across it by chance.