By Squeaky Frog
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Hiding Hannah is an interactive book for children aged 2 and up.
Parents' Choice Recommended!
Won 2nd Place in the 2011 Best App Ever Awards (Best Toy App Category)
★★★★★ Rated 5 stars by Apps4Kids.com! ★★★★★
★★★★★ Rated 5 stars by Famigo.com! ★★★★★
Nothing could stop Hannah from hiding. Not food (well, maybe certain snacks), or even TV (well, maybe her favorite show, Sock Monkey Dance Party). Whether she’s hiding herself or household items, she always has a blast.
And your child will have a blast as well looking for whatever Hannah hides. With 12 fun-filled pages and hiding places that change each time, it will be a different experience every time your child reads it!
Narrated by Tom Kenny (voice of TV's Spongebob Squarepants), and illustrated by Sesame Workshop digital media artist Melanie McCall, Hiding Hannah is full of charming interactive features and will quickly become a household favorite.
View the trailer here:
"...the context, animation and games are extremely charming. Young children will find the app delightful and ask to read it again and again."
—Best Apps For Kids
"With all of the excitement and interaction in Hiding Hannah, your child will barely be able to keep their fingers off the screen... The sound recording is simply awesome, with an adorable child’s voice and laughter which makes this fun for all ages."
"If you have kids in the 2-4 year age range, I wouldn’t hesitate to grab this app."
"Hannah's little story is one worth seeking out. She's a charmer."
"Hannah’s character is just adorable and her giggling gets you going page after page finding the things she hid and herself. Hannah’s parents are not always happy but you will sure be with this great app."
—Apps 4 Kids
*Note* This app is supported on iPhone 3GS and higher and 4th generation iPod Touches. Both iPad 1 and 2 are supported as well.
What's New in Version 1.1
Faster touch response times
My 3 yr old loves it! PLEASE consider not allowing the oven door to be opened though...Especially since the premise of the game is hiding items and hiding Hannah herself. Cabinets and drawers are one thing, but the oven seems a bit much.
So much fun! My toddler loves it.
Love this game