Lost on Infinity – Audiobook 1

4.7
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Everyone
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About this app

🏆 iPARENTING AWARD-WINNING AUDIO STORIES 🏆
😳 COMPLETELY FREE! 😳
❤️ NO ADS – NO IN-APP PURCHASES ❤️
👶🏼 FOR ALL AGES 👨🏼‍🦳
🦕🦕 A Boy and his Dog travel to a Mystical Island of Extinct Creatures🦖🦖
"Amazing story, songs, and sounds effects" THE TIMES
"Ingenious" The Guardian

👀 DISCOVER IT NOW 👀
Hours of safe, educational, thought-provoking fun.

Welcome to our free kid's audiobook story, Lost on Infinity, by ROCKFORD'S ROCK OPERA.
This is an amazing, dramatized audio adventure – a hopeful, inspiring ecological story. A wonderful mix of story, pictures, animation, songs, and sound effects.

Winner of the prestigious iPARENTING MEDIA AWARD, this is original storytelling at its best. A great musical story for kids, which adults love too.
The world’s most popular free children’s audiobook app, and the best enhanced audiobook for kids there is!

Our Apps have NO ADVERTISING and NO In-App PURCHASES. They are entirely CHILD SAFE. Perfect for all ages. From 2 to 102!

With this audiobook App you get over an hour of a wonderful narrated adventure story with music, pictures, songs and CGI animated videos – FREE!

Once you’ve heard Part One, Lost on Infinity Parts Two, Three and Four are available now, completely free from Google Play making up the whole two and half hour story. To find out more, visit our website: www.rockfordsrockopera.com.
Join us on Instagram or Facebook, or listen to our podcast series, Kid's Stories, Science & Secrets.

What’s the Audio Story About?

Far away in the Sea of Tranquillity is the Island of Infinity, home to the last one of every extinct species. Here, beneath a mystical swirling sky, live the world’s lost creatures. The creatures have a secret, but a boy called Moog and a dog called Rockford are the only ones who can deliver their amazing message.

An Educational Ecological Musical!

Rockford’s Rock Opera's Lost on Infinity audiobook is a story about extinction backed by credible environmental organisations, but it’s also a tale of hope and happiness.

Created by Elaine and Matthew Sweetapple and written by BBC comedian, Steve Punt, Rockford's Rock Opera is supported by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) who wrote;

Lost on Infinity is a thought-provoking and heart-warming story that not only provides wonderful, musical entertainment for all ages but also highlights environmental issues in an engaging way.

Our free children’s audiobook stories are also recommended in education, in schools, by teachers for those learning English (including English as a foreign language students) and music, ‘green issues’ and for children learning about nature, ecology, and extinction.

What’s Next?

The story continues, Lost on Infinity audiobook Parts 2, 3 and 4 are available now free from Google Play (making up the whole story).

For lots more about our musical audiobook stories for all the family visit: www.RockfordsRockOpera.com
Updated on
Jul 9, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

4.7
42 reviews
A Google user
April 20, 2020
This four part story has been a favourite of my two little ones. A combination of eye catching visuals, fun sound effects and great music has proven to be a real winner for both my 5 and 10 year old who have both been captivated. The story teaches children about extinction and biodiversity but in a way that kids can understand and take on board. The 4 parts are currently free to download so if you are on the fence about downloading go for it. The kids will live it!
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