One hundred and eight years ago today, the world welcomed Theodor Seuss Geisel, better-known as Dr. Seuss — legendary children’s book author, radical ideologist, lover of reading. We are celebrating him with one of the first screen adaptations of our favorite title: The Cat in the Hat. Enjoy!
We just received this thoughtful, careful, amazing review by one of our 9-year-old readers from San Francisco.
We are featured on the Startup Weekend Newsletter! Timbuktu is among the best four startups of the week!
We won the Italian Innovation Day in Berkeley! Here’s a picture of us right after the prize announcement!
One of the stories of The Night Issue was realized with Reggio Children, center of the Reggio Emilia Approach. The Reggio Emilia Approach is an education method that is having a great success among parents, teachers and kids all over the world. We were really excited of working with them!…
One of our smallest fans just woke up in Rome and started to play with Timbuktu! How about you and your kids? We would love to receive your photos with the magazine! The cutest ones will get a special surprise in the next issue!
Hi everybody! It’s been quite an intense week here at Timbuktu! Thank you for all your emails and great feedback, it’s the most precious thing to us. Today we are really proud to announce that Timbuktu is now featured in the top 20 chart in Italy! We also got two…
Valentine’s day brought us the most beautiful surprise! We are really proud to announce that we just released our new version of Timbuktu! Get The Night Issue for free on the App Store and tell us what you think!
Inventing stories can be as beautiful as listening to them. Especially when you can invent them with an animator like Alon Askaorv. We love trying to give answers to Kartovnik’s questions, and suggesting Alon how to continue his cartoons.