The Really Groovy Story of the Tortoise and the Hare Zoom

The Really Groovy Story of the Tortoise and the Hare

Deep inside the city was a hip and happy hare.
He was zippy, sometimes lippy, takin' taxis everywhere.

Way out in the country was a tortoise calm and cool.
He was quite the mellow fellow chillin' out beside the pool.

Kids will love to move and groove with this dynamic duo as they hop and pop towards the finish line in this hip-hopping retelling of the classic tale.

USD$1.99
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**Features:

-Specially tailored for children from 4 to 8 years old
-Appealing energetic illustrations by illustrator Christina Forshay
-Accompanied by Kristyn Crow’s rhythmic writing style
-Packed with hours of comprehensive interactive fun and entertainment
-Professional voice narration
-Tuneful and stimulating background music, and sound effects
-Universal app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch

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Welcome to BELUGABLOO! We are committed to serve one sole purpose, that is to ensure our young readers take pleasure in a unique and fun learning experience. We provide an instructive and engaging platform by bringing to life a selective collection of stories through the means of creative technology.

BelugaBloo has teamed up with renowned American Publisher Albert Whitman to bring to life the already enchanting story to give readers an unforgettable experience!

Albert Whitman books reach out to children of all backgrounds and experiences and include a wide variety of stories, illustrations, and topics. In many of our books, we respond to those who have challenging life situations—kids who must deal with prejudice or bullies; kids who must live with asthma or autism; kids whose families have been torn apart by divorce, war, or death. Find Albert Whitman & Company online at www.albertwhitman.com.Albert Whitman & Company has been publishing “good books for children” since 1919.

Reviews

Our ReviewReview by admin
Readability
It’s hard to fault this app, because it is really easy to use.<br>
At the moment, app pages are turned by pressing a button on the screen.<br>
It might be nice if this was done by swiping pages instead.<br>
This would be useful for teaching children how to use touch screen technology - a much needed skill in the modern day.<br>
The only other improvement, would be a few more interactive features.<br>
The current ones are great, but it never hurts to have a few more.<br>
Not too many though, as you don’t want to detract from the beautiful illustrations and exciting story. (Posted on 7/29/13)