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Best apps: For reimagined fairy tales

Cinderella by Nosy Crow, Snow Queen by Timecode, and more

Cinderella by Nosy Crow puts a spin on the classic by changing the setting to modern times and allowing young readers to participate. The Nosy Crow team is “the Steven Spielberg of apps.” They have a gift for storytelling in this medium. ($6, iOS only)

Little Red Riding Hood by Nosy Crow is a newer story app that features a “delightful choose-your-own adventure aspect.” Once Red makes her way to Granny’s, users decide what happens when she meets the Big Bad Wolf. ($6, iOS only)

Grimm’s Puss in Boots by StoryToys tells the talking cat’s story in a book format that features a 3-D interactive pop-up scene every few pages. ($5, iOS or Android)

Snow Queen by Timecode targets older children with a “sophisticated and magnificent” rendering of Hans Christian Andersen’s famous tale. ($5, iPad only)

Source: USA Today

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