Toys “R” Us Picks Mighty League App

The Mighty League, Vol. 1: The Terrible Taunting was selected by Toys "R" Us as their featured app for April Autism Awareness Month. The app is now available in their Tabeo tablet store and will remain available for purchase from April 2014 on. We're proud that Toys R Us chose our app to help educate children about autism, Asperger's Syndrome, being different, and bullying. Our goal is to help children understand and accept differences and help those who feel different learn to love and accept themselves. Jodi Murphy … [Read more...]

14 Days of Autism Love Giveaway
Day 8: Geek Club Books

Ahhhhhh, love is in the air! Can you feel it? My heart's beating a little faster because we're celebrating our love for those on the autism spectrum. Every day, for the next 14 days, I'm going to feature one of our favorite authors, apps, and organizations as a countdown to a huge giveaway of their products. (Now I can feel your heart beating faster too!) Have fun learning about them ...and don't forget to enter the giveaway. (Entry form at the end of this post. Lots of ways to earn extra entries too.) We're the Murphy family—Dave, … [Read more...]

High Five App Giveaway!

Here's the scoop: Winner receives GIFT CARDS FOR 4 APPS of his/her choosing + The Mighty League App (value not to exceed $30). Must LIKE the Geek Club Books fan page to enter. Earn (5) BONUS entries when you SHARE the giveaway with others. Woo Hoo! It's a celebration of goodness with our High Five App Giveaway! I can just picture you jumping up and down with glee. Well, I'm pretty excited about it so let the giveaway begin right...now...as soon as I hit publish...boom...done! The contest runs until next Friday, October 25th. Good … [Read more...]

It Lives! Mighty League Story App On Apple, Amazon, Google App Stores

It's official! The Mighty League storybook app is live on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play app stores! And we're already receiving parent reactions... The book app is truly WONDERFUL . I know no two children with Asperger's are the same but my son and I just had our first look at it and it was like we were reading about him. It is brilliant on so many levels. I love the pop up notebook that explains more about the Aspie context; I love the fact that my son can try the conversational turn taking and see how it's better if he lets the narration … [Read more...]