Read with Kila: Narrated Books is a FREE book app on Android that offers fun and interactive books to stimulate the love of reading. Each book is drawn by hand and read loud and clear by native narrators. Read with Kila: Narrated Books is designed for everyone. Select a book and start reading now!
*** WHY USE KILA: Read with Kila: Narrated Books stimulates the love of reading and gaining knowledge as well as the imagination with the fables and fairy tales from famous authors such as Brothers Grimm, Andersen and Aesop, etc.
*** HOW TO USE: Read with Kila: Narrated Books has multiple shelves. Each shelf contains 5-10 books. Swipe up or down to switch between shelves. Each book has multiple pages with catching detailed drawings. Swipe left or right to turn pages You can favorite a book, save it for later reading.
*** KEY FEATURES: Popular illustrated stories: All books were drawn by hand by professional artists Audio books and “read-to-me” books: All books were read by professional narrator narrators Learn to read with word highlighting when audio is on Online and offline reading. After a book is downloaded, it is save to local storage so you can open it without network connecting
*** BENEFITS: Entertains for hours through vast library of stories Only offer the best, illustrated contents to curated collection Read downloaded books without internet connection
*** FREE Read with Kila: Narrated Books is free and always. For the love of reading!
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Genres: Fable Fairy Tales Short Stories
Top Titles: The Lion and the Fox The Two Goats The Frog, the Mouse and the Hawk The Crow and the Pitcher The Oak and the Reed The Hare and the Tortoise The Ant and the Dove The Dog and His Shadow The Bear and Two Friends The Fox and the Crow The Ant and the Grasshopper Belling the Cat Blind Men and an Elephant Bundle of Sticks Seven Ravens The Little Match Girl The Fisherman and the Fish Little Red Riding Hood The Three Brothers Hansel and Gretel Pinocchio Sleeping Beauty Beauty and the Beast Rapunzel Puss in boots Snow White Mother Hulda King Thrushbeard The King of the Golden Mountain The Six Swans The Three Feathers Tom Thumb Hansel and Gretel The Brother and Sister The Three Little Men in the Wood The Golden Goose Rapunzel The Poor Miller's Boy and the Cat The Bremen Town Musicians The Water of Life Snow-White and Rose-Red
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A fable is a very short story called a moral. Fables are fun to tell, and help teach good behavior as well. Most of the characters in Aesop’ fables are animals. Some of them take on human characteristic with speeches and emotions. Aesop uses the qualities and natural tendencies of animals to focus on human traits and wisdom. For example: The Lion and The Fox, The Two Goats, The Horse and the Donkey A folktale, also known as folklore, is a ancient story that was originally composed and told for all age groups that have been passed down orally from generation to generation. Fairy tales contain witches and queens, giants and elves, princes, dragons, talking animals, ogres, princesses, and sometimes even fairies. Marvelous and magical things happen to characters in fairy tales. Endings are happily, goodness is rewarded, and evil is punished. For example: Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, Hansel and Gretel, Frozen Myths are made up stories that try to explain how our world works and how we should treat each other. For example: Jason and the Golden Fleece, Pegasus, The Mighty Hercules Legends are also stories that have been made up, but they are different from myths. Legends are about people and their actions. For example: King Arthur, Robin hood