Wonderful things for kids, hand-picked by the humans making apps at Tinybop.
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 following 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.
A wordless picture book that follows a single piece of black string.
An irreverent moral tale of treating creatures (even slugs!) with respect.
A story of two friends that share a curiosity about what comes after life.
Nearly every object we see has been carefully designed. One book series teaches kids what that means.
A jumble of heirs (and one mistake) vie for millions.
What do sounds conjure?
A dreamy little tale of sleep.
A photo book documenting the rooms of children around the world.
A collection of fun and seriously scary stories adapted from urban legends.
Early morning TV programming that teaches kids design basics in an innovative way.
A six-episode documentary that traces the exciting history of our journey into space.
A piece of willow pattern china holds the forbidden love story of Koong Shee and Chang.