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We put a lot of thought into this app in every single way imaginable, and we're still, at this time, thinking about it and improving it so we can put a bright smile to your child. You won't regret getting this gift for your child. Happy Holidays! =) It'll be the best five bucks spent.
♥♥♥ Your child's new FAVORITE APP is now here! ♥♥♥
✔ This is the second of the series of animal 'playbook' apps, following the first app - "Forest Friends" - that we introduced for free.
✔ This app is designed SPECIFICALLY for children from 2 to 6.
✔ We love the iPad and we strive to develop the best apps for children. And we know your child will LOVE this app.
✔ This app includes:
✎ Animation (like a movie) that kids can watch
✎ An eBook that your child can read along
✎ Friends menu to introduce the animals
✎ A drum with African-themed characters that move as you play
✎ Coloring pads of our characters for your child to freely color and decorate
✎ A racing game that incorporates the characters from the story
✔ This app is special because:
✎ Children will befriend our animal characters.
✎ You will see the characters again and again in different settings.
✎ The animal characters will motivate your child to read.
✎ The theme and characters are incorporated into music and coloring play.
✎ This app is designed by professionals with years of teaching experience to guide your children in the best way possible.
✔ We at Blubooks have spent months in developing the best educational content for children. We're sure that your child will absolutely love this app.
✔ While we aim to produce the best app possible, we're always looking for ways to improve, so please let us know with any suggestions for making even better apps for your child.
✔ We have lots of more apps coming soon, some of which have barnyard, ocean, and safari themes. We're sure you'll love them, and we're doing our best to bring them to you as soon as possible.
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P.S. The animals names we chose are from the actual language of Swahili which represent the animals themselves. While Simba might sound shady, it's the actual Swahili for a lion.
And another thing, the roaring lion might seem a little scary to your child at first, so please advise.