Nickelodeon’s children’s books come to Nook Kids

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From the press release:

Barnes & Noble, Inc. (NYSE: BKS), the world’s largest bookseller, today announced the continued expansion of the largest collection of digital children’s picture books through a partnership with Nickelodeon, offering the first-ever digital books from the number-one entertainment brand for kids. Books featuring popular Nickelodeon favorites SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer are available in a fun, engaging, digital format, only for Barnes & Noble customers through the award-winning NOOK Color Reader’s Tablet (www.nookcolor.com) and the free NOOK Kids for iPad application (www.nookkids.com/ipad and www.itunes.com/appstore). Now, kids and parents can take their favorite Nickelodeon digital books with them wherever they go.”

Barnes & Noble is now offering a dozen interactive NOOK Kids Nickelodeon titles, and will expand to more than 20 next month, as the partnership continues to grow with new, exciting digital books. Camp SpongeBob, Happy Birthday SpongeBob! and others are perfect for the reader who loves zany stories. For young explorers, there are fun-filled adventures including Dora Loves Boots, Crystal Kingdom Adventures, Dora Helps Diego, Dora’s Sleepover and more.

2 Comments on Nickelodeon’s children’s books come to Nook Kids

  1. They are also getting the exclusive ebook rights for “The King’s Speech”.

    Which seems odd, given that the nook isn’t available in the U.K.

    Or is this a hint that that’s about to change?

  2. They have exclusive eBook rights to THE KING’S SPEECH because it was published in the USA by Sterling – a company wholly owned by B&N.

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