Wonderful things for kids, hand-picked by the humans making apps at Tinybop.
Charming kids’ music that’s grownup enough for everyone to enjoy.
Centuries after an apocalypse, two children provide the last hope for humanity in a crumbling underground city.
A collection of free science and math activities.
A high-definition nature documentary that gives a global overview of biomes and habitats on Earth.
How to draw anything with your fingerprint and a few lines.
A new telling of a classic folktale about a baby girl discovered in a bamboo stalk.
Learn to code by creating your own animations, stories, and games.
A boy must use his artistic talent and a little magic to illuminate the darkness.
An old-fashioned, animated confection about two unlikely best friends.
Maira Kalman’s ABCs, told through the design collection at the Cooper Hewitt.
Something between a mime, dance, and puppet show.
Silly adventures abound in the storied walls of a school built sideways.
The tale of how the elephant got its trunk, with a musical twist.
A trio traverses strange maps and scenarios.
Septimus Bean discovers the true purpose of his curious invention.
A bold mashup of poetry and street art.
An imaginative alphabet app.
A colorful caper between the pages of Mother Goose’s nursery rhymes.
A sloth wins a shopping spree but first has to find his way to the store—fast.
Short films by Charles and Ray Eames.
A fable about a round-headed boy who discovers that everything has a point.
An imaginative book about a world where everything is made from blops.
A story about opposite worlds and what happens when they intersect.
A charming stop-motion series inspired by Kenneth Grahame’s beloved characters.
A 1920s, NYC-based animation duo make incredible psychedelic shorts.
A classic illustrated novella about an encounter between a pilot and a prince in the middle of the desert.
A children’s show dedicated to education, problem solving, and the importance of play.
The adventure of a hedgehog through a mysterious fog.
An app’s softly lit watercolor illustrations invite endless storytelling.
A whimsical story of a girl searching for her lost brother in a mysterious wilderness.
An archive of 19th-century optical toys, shared through the magic of today’s animated GIF.
A short animation about a group of people who adapt to constant wind.
An energetic and colorful book that teaches Latino culture and the Spanish language.
A Japanese American child loves baseball…in America…and in Japan!
A stop-motion short film retelling the classic story of Peter and the Wolf.
A partly wordless picture book leaves room for imagination to grow.