To help young people, concerned with current environmental issues in the world today, “The Earth Dog” has announced a new free app to help students and young people stay up to date on current environmental information right on their mobile devices.
Houston, TX. (PRWEB) September 24, 2012
After alarming news was released regarding the rapid melting speeds of arctic sea ice, and the current melting status proved to have a polarizing effect on environmentalists, the environmental children’s story series “The Earth Dog Story” has announced a new environment app. The melting with the arctic sea ice has many in debates regarding global warming and environmental issues has caused major public debate over the past few days and caused many to start discussing current issues about today’s environment.
To help young people, concerned with current environmental issues in the world today, “Earth Dog” has announced a new app to help students and young people to learn about environmental information right on their mobile devices.
The new features available on these applications and with the new mobile Earth Dog book will include new professional narration of the Earth Dog Story, digital artwork and new features that promote reading and environmental awareness among young people. The company hopes that the release of this new app will help young people who use iPads, computers iPods and iPhones to stay informed of The Earth Dog Story and of issues in today’s environment with this new digitally friendly version of the book, which was first published in 1992.
The company has launched the new app, now priced at $2.99, from $4.99 as a special back to school promotion and hopes that many young people who have heard of the environmental concerns and global warming issues discussed as a result of the new arctic sea melting will be inspired to turn to the app to learn more. The new app has now officially launched and can be purchased through iTunes or Amazon Kindle or through the Earth Dog website.
For more information on the Earth Dog Story and the environmental concerns discussed with this book and application visit the company online at http://earthdogstory.com/.