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Literacy app taps Marvel comics to teach kids to read

engadget Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
Big Tech companies like Google and Amazon aren't the only ones invested in app-based literacy programs. Today, Kuato Studios unveiled a new learn-to-read app built around familiar Marvel stories. Marvel Hero Tales is an educational storytelling app m...

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