The Interactive Adventures of Wilbur Burrows
Edward Mark Fitzgerald
This book is available for download with Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device. Multi-touch books can be read with Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device. Books with interactive features may work best on an iOS device. Apple Books on your Mac requires OS X 10.9 or later.
Wilbur is a cute, fun, adventurous little mole. He likes to spend his nights digging fantastic tunnels and expanding his beautiful home.
One night however Wilbur was a little hungry and found that his cupboards were empty.
It was after some debate with himself that Wilbur decided, “to go above ground!”
He didn't often go above ground and so he found this a little exceptional. So, reluctantly he peered above ground and what he encountered opened his eyes and his heart to the broadness of the world and the beauty of friendship.
Wonderfully crafted and illustrated by Edward Mark Fitzgerald, presenting individuality, soul and friendship in a digestibly poetic and gifted way.
Wilbur is a character that will leap from the page and into your heart. A must read for all the family.
- A gorgeously assembled book that young children can read on their own or with a little help from a grown up
- Lovingly animated, each individual picture comes to life
- Kids with a love for interactive books and animation will adore the sound effects thoughtfully placed on each interactive animation
What's New in Version 2.3
- Added BIC categories - Updated screenshots
Great read. Fantastic for kids of all ages. Starts off with a beautiful animated video, followed by a rich tapestry of poetry and illustration and rounded off with a lovely digital jigsaw puzzle. Wouldn't mind paying a few quid for this but hey it's free, get it as long as it's going. Definitely one to read with the kids.
Grest lesson for kids and adults
This nice little book will teach tolerance to kids and adults. It's definitely an nice story that explains how you should be proud of your differences even if some other people are mocking you. I strongly recommend this book
This book is fantastic to teach kids (and adults) to be tolerant and accept the differences in all kind of cultures and people. It's very easy and enjoyable to read. Also the pictures are very nice and colorful. I'd recommend it to everyone.