1. Learn popular kids songs!
2. Stunning designs by Oscar nominated artist Heidi Wittlinger
3. Explore more than 100 interactive elements and sounds!
4. 3 children’s songs: London Bridge, Evening Song , Old Mac Donald had a farm
5. The Music Studio full of surprises
6. Karaoke Mode
7. Languages: English and German
London is a busy town! Especially since the bridge has a gap. Tourists, a pirate and a parrot, a crocodile, a mermaid and a whale, a cab with a periscope; everything moves and can be touched while the little fox dances behind the windows of the towers.
Many animals live in this spectacular night scene; you just have to find them. The owl follows your finger, fascinating ghosts are flying through the air and the stars burst into fireworks. Do you know how to paint with northern lights?
OLD MAC DONALD HAD A FARM
While old Mac Donald sleeps under his tree all year, the animals go crazy. Seasons change if you press the button; find out what cow, bee and the young chicks do in summer, spring and winter. How about the little fox? He dresses up as a sheep!
Birds, Frogs and dishes sing and jingle! Mommy Fox is knitting to the rhythm and the little fox is dancing. Almost everything in the studio makes a noise, be ready to explore every little corner.
FEEDBACK FROM APP USERS:
“Little Fox Music Box is the kind of App you wish you had when you were growing up." // Famigo
“Adorable ! - Cute interactions and message.” / Lovebabbyapps, US
"The kids that we field tested this app with were enraptured with every aspect and element, and "WOW-O-WOW" was heard over and over and over again! This app is beyond anything we have experienced to date." // teacherswithapps.com
"I could describe the value of the experience in terms of early music education. I could describe the meticulous design of the app, even down to the music when the credits are rolling. I could continue to wax eloquent. But words fail me. Really, you have to be there. So go there. Get the app.
Just one word of warning – hide the iPad from your children until you’ve had plenty of play time of your own. If you don’t, it may be many years before you see this app again." // Gill Robins ipadappreviewsby.gillrobins.com
"This is a real work of craft" // guardian.co.uk
"I downloaded Little Fox Music Box last night and my very active 18-month year old daughter (who doesn’t typically stay still for longer than 15 seconds) sat on my lap laughing, clapping, and interacting with the scenes for at least 30 minutes and wasn’t ready to stop(....)It´s a fantastic app!" // Leanna Loft imore.com
If you experience any trouble with the App or have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to contact us any time: email@example.com. We´d love to help you out. Please also mention your device version and your Android version.
“Little Fox Music Box” fan? Check out our other Apps at www.foxandsheep.com.
★ Listed in "Best Storybook Apps for Kindergartners" - Common Sense Media
★ "Another big *thumbs up* to Oceanhouse Media!" - Intomobile
"New socks. Two socks.
Whose socks? Sue's socks.
Who sews whose socks?
Sue sews Sue's socks."
"Fox in Socks" introduces two delightfully funny characters, Fox and Knox, who converse almost entirely in rhyming tongue-twisters. Together they move through the story and describe each scene with rhymes that grow in complexity. Jump in and join the fun, but take it slowly because this book is dangerous for your tongue!
The most famous tonque-twister in the book: "a tweetle beetle noodle poodle bottled paddled muddled duddled fuddled wuddled fox in sox, sir!" is often referenced in popular media. Try saying that out loud! Is your tongue numb?
New features only available in this omBook include professional narration, background audio and enlarged artwork for each scene. To promote reading in young children, individual words are highlighted as the story is read and words zoom up when pictures are touched. By combining the original text and artwork of Dr. Seuss with features that entertain and promote reading, this omBook appeals to readers of all ages.
Recommended Ages: 2 - 6
Three ways to read this omBook (Oceanhouse Media digital book):
★ "Read to Me" — listen to the narrated story with words highlighted as they are read
★ "Read it Myself" — read the book in its traditional form
★ "Auto Play" — plays like a movie, automatically reading and turning pages. Great for younger children!
★ Picture / Word association — words zoom up and are spoken when pictures are touched
★ Individual words highlight and are read aloud when tapped
★ Professional audio narration
★ Custom background audio for each scene
★ Features the beautiful, original art of Dr. Seuss
Official Dr. Seuss licensed App.
Dr. Seuss Properties ™ & © 2011 Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P. All rights reserved.
Visit us: www.ombook.com
Follow us: twitter.com/oceanhousemedia
Like us: facebook.com/oceanhousemedia
The theme of this illustrated book “Little Fox Learns to Grow Up” is to enhance children’s strength of appreciation in facing environment quadrant. Through lively, interactive games rich in meaning of education in multimedia illustrated books and learning activities, which are composed of elements, such as illustrated books appreciation, story review, interactive games, and painting, the children are led to find goodness of the world and then further embrace the meaning of life.
Every season has its own color and smell. In Spring, flowers are blooming and the weather is warm and comfortable. In Summer, the sun shines with heat that makes you really hot, and also the cicadas buzz loudly on the trees. In Autumn and Winter, what beautiful scenes do they bring? And what kind of animal would grow up in certain season?
Through Mama Fox and Little Fox in this story, the children learn to know that each of the four seasons, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, has its particular scenes and learn to appreciate every season’s unique beauty.
But the ant has a lot of luck! Soon she realizes where the truth lies. Believing in friendship and love, all the problems she surpasses.
A python kind and sweet, the ant will meet. Finding a new friend, she will live happily at the end."
“The Fox and the Ant” is a brand new, illustrated, audio eBook fairy tale for children.
The application supports two ways of reading:
• “I want to read”, in which you may read the story by yourself
• “I want to listen”, in which you may listen to the story
There are colorfully illustrated pages for an interesting reading and the text rhymes.
Three multi-language types are supported:
Audio narration (except from French) with play and pause options is available. These options appear on the screen when you perform a long click (e.g. for 2 seconds) on a page of the story.
Pages change by sliding your finger on the screen.
By Thornton W. Burgess
When a deep winter snow carpets the Green Forest and nearby meadow, Granny Fox and Reddy have some disagreements on how best to find some food. But Granny — with her years of experience — wins out over Reddy and teaches him quite a bit about patience, common sense, and resourcefulness.
CHAPTER I. Reddy Fox Brings Granny News
CHAPTER II. Granny And Reddy Fox Go Hunting
CHAPTER III. Reddy Is Sure Granny Has Lost Her Senses
CHAPTER IV. Quacker The Duck Grows Curious
CHAPTER V. Reddy Fox Is Afraid To Go Home
CHAPTER VI. Old Granny Fox Is Caught Napping
CHAPTER VII. Granny Fox Has A Bad Dream
CHAPTER VIII. What Farmer Brown's Boy Did
CHAPTER IX. Reddy Fox Hears About Granny Fox
CHAPTER X. Reddy Fox Is Impudent
CHAPTER XI. After The Storm
CHAPTER XII. Granny And Reddy Fox Hunt In Vain
CHAPTER XIII. Granny Fox Admits Growing Old
CHAPTER XIV. Three Vain And Foolish Wishes
CHAPTER XVI. Reddy Is Made Truly Happy
CHAPTER XVII. Granny Fox Promises Reddy Bowser's Dinner
CHAPTER XVIII. Why Bowser The Hound Didn't Eat His Dinner
CHAPTER XIX. Old Man Coyote Does A Little Thinking
CHAPTER XX. A Twice Stolen Dinner
CHAPTER XXI. Granny And Reddy Talk Things Over
CHAPTER XXII. Granny Fox Plans To Get A Fat Hen
CHAPTER XXIII. Farmer Brown's Boy Forgets To Close The Gate
CHAPTER XXIV. A Midnight Visit
CHAPTER XXV. A Dinner For Two
CHAPTER XXVI. Farmer Brown's Boy Sets A Trap
CHAPTER XXVII. Prickly Porky Takes A Sun Bath
CHAPTER XXVIII. Prickly Porky Enjoys Himself
CHAPTER XXIX. The New Home In The Old Pasture
More from developer
In order to get to Mr Rabbit and Mr Mole, Icky Mr Fox came up with a devious plan to cut down the rainbow, on top of which they sat, feeding ducks. Once again, things don’t go as planned.
To promote learning and reading in young children, the book is full of "tippy-tappy" objects which when tapped play the object's sound and display the object's name. Lookout for a hidden scene with even more objects to explore and learn!
★ Recommended Ages: 2-5
★ Beautiful illustration.
★ Fun animation.
★ Picture / Sound / Word association - words appear and are spoken when an object is tapped.
★ Professional narration.
★ Optimized for iPad.
Connect with us:
★ Like us: facebook.com/ickypen
★ Follow us: twitter.com/ickypen
★ Visit us: www.ickypen.co.uk