Library of Congress Turns to BYU Students to Get Kids Engaged

by | Jan. 24, 2014

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A boom during the holiday season helped Apple sell 14.6 million iPads this past quarter, and it’s no secret that kids are using them. A recent study showed 40 percent use iPads before they can even speak.

After hours of gaming on the iPad, or Nexus or Galaxy Tab parents may be ready for something educational to go along with Angry Birds and Temple Run.

Readers to the Rescue, a game built by a group of Brigham Young University students, is aimed at getting kids excited about reading. Readers to the Rescue, just released today, is available to play online for free. The game runs on mobile devices as well as desktop computers.

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