The Night Before Christmas presented by One Hundred Robots
By One Hundred Robots
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"The graphics are amazing and they have a great 3D feeling to them. There are some fabulous things being done with apps. I love it" - theiphonemom.com
"Highly recommended as an educational and fun experience." - AppAdvice
"Presented in a charming, fresh and contemporary way that will delight the whole family." - Fun Educational Apps
Bring some holiday magic to your iPad this Christmas with a story that will entertain children of all ages. For generations, Christmas wouldn’t be complete without family and a reading of Twas the Night Before Christmas. Now, this cherished classic is brilliantly recreated in a charming, contemporary way that captures all the enchantment and “joyful good cheer” of Saint Nick’s annual visit.
This animated storybook provides the option of a full "Read to Me" experience.
One Hundred Robots is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: All
Categories: Book, Reading
What's New in Version 1.1
Overall app performance improvements.
In app changing of read to me/myself mode via menu.
App size smaller.
A book that magically comes to life
My six-year-old son loves this app and asks to play/read it again and again. He is enthralled by the animation of Santa magically unpacking his toys and then going up the chimney. As book lovers we like that this app reads like a book. The animation is clever and delightful but does not detract from the fact that this is an already perfect holiday bedtime story. The narrator's voice is pleasing which is good since my son may wish to play it 52 more times in read-to-me mode before Christmas.
Thank you guys!
I wanted to tell my kids this story and then found this. Awesome job guys. I can't believe this is free. Thank you so much!!!
Unfortunately, do not hear any audio when I select the "read to me". There is also no background audio in either mode. Perhaps the app is not compatible with iOS v8.1.2?