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Wee Friends: Zoe

We asked 5-year-old Wee Alphas fan Zoe her favorite part of the app. "Everything!" she said. (The hidden animations with silly sounds seemed to be the biggest hit.)

[WS: Thanks, Z! Big hug.]

Wee're in the news

The Wee Alphas have been spotted in a bunch of design blogs lately. Here are a few of our favorite mentions:

"This poster is a hoot and a howl and a hiss and a LOL. The LOL comes from trying to imagine registering 13 luscious colors in the name of beautiful and kid-friendly art."
-Jessica Mullen, For Print Only
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"A is for amazing adorable animal alphabet app from Wee Society. Impalas deep sea diving, vultures with beehive hairdos, sneezing squirrels – they're all part of a new crazy clever alphabet app with illustrations so quirky and modern that I want to hang them on my kiddo's wall. But even better, this app isn't just a bunch of pretty pictures. It's amazingly educational too … [and] learning basics doesn't have to be boring. You just can't beat a fox doing film critiques."
-Pilar, Cool Mom Tech
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Wee Alphas Hallowee costumes in the news

We've spotted our DIY Wee Alphas Hallowee costumes in lots of places lately, so we've included a round-up of a few of our favorite mentions below.

Big thanks to everyone who has posted cute pics of their kiddos in costumes on our Facebook page.

It's not too late to get in on the fun – and win a Wee Alphas print! Just download instructions to make your own costume and then share a photo at facebook.com/weesociety by Oct. 31.

"Thanks to Wee Society‘s online tutorials and free downloadable templates, now we can upcycle an unassuming grocery bag into an adorable kiddie costume. Easy, and inexpensive, even the craft challenged will be able to whip-up a Wee Alpha owl, lion, monkey or fox costume ... the perfect answer for get-ups needed on-the-fly for last minute Halloween parades and harvest festivals — or just to make it through another day in the jungle."

"I love halloween costumes. But there is nothing better than a handmade kids costume! There are so many genius ideas and tutorials out there, there is no excuse to make (or buy) a lame costume. Just say no, folks ... These are just too adorable and definitely not just for halloween."

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Apple features Wee Alphas in iPad Mini release video

We're beyond thrilled that the Wee Alphas app appears in Apple's video for the new iPad mini, which also features Apple SVP of Design Jony Ive.

"These aren't scaled up phone apps," says the voiceover. "These are powerful apps that take full advantage of iPad's beautiful display." Watch it here.

The iPad mini was unveiled during today's much-anticipated Apple event. Good news: Any app made for the iPad is also made for the iPad mini. And we believe that the lighter device will be even easier for little hands to use – something that fans of preschool learning apps will appreciate.

Time to Play magazine airs video review of Wee Alphas app


Time to Play magazine recently partnered with Kindertown (one of our favorite resources for finding the best educational apps for kids) to produce a series of video app reviews. We're excited that they selected Wee Alphas as one of their first educational apps to feature. The reviewer, Carolina Nugent of Kindertown, says, "Wee Alphas is a beautiful ABC book that parents and children will want to play with over and over again."

Watch the full video review here.