Do you have school-age children? And do you ever have that kind of morning where it is just impossible to get them to school on time? Henry has been late a time or two. Henry! you’re late AGAIN is a cute story about a boy who is always late for school…but it is hardly ever his fault. Sometimes his sister cannot find her favorite socks, or the baby needs a diaper change, and more often than not there is the simple fact that the alarm clocks did not get set properly.

This book is a fun read and has opportunity for interaction as well. There are hidden interactions and sound recordings on each page, bright colorful illustrations, and animations to keep your little one engaged and wanting to turn the pages to see what happens next. You are given the choice of two different narrators: Henry himself or Mary the author. As far as page turning, you may either swipe the pages, push the arrows, or choose automatic page-turning which is easiest for really little ones.

I found this app to be very entertaining. I enjoyed the story of Henry and especially liked the ending of the book – you will have to read to see what happens! I know that there are many families who can relate to this story and I recommend it to all those who have ever had an eventful morning that keeps them running late throughout the day!

Price when Reviewed: $1.99

See the app in iTunes

Requirements: Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later. This app is designed for iPad.

Seller: ZebraMinds, Inc.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this app for review purposes.











About The Author


Nikki is a retired bookkeeper, starting her second career as a stay at home mom. She lives with her husband, son and yellow lab in North Carolina. She loves technology and gadgets – and her iPad is one of her favorites. One of her favorite things about apps is that they are so versatile – there are apps for teaching kids, apps for entertainment, apps for hobbies…She definitely believes the phrase “There’s an app for that…”

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