Mommy Hurries Home
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Rating: 4.6 (50) Cost: Free Downloads: 1,000 - 5,000
Every page’s original live-action animation, a captivating plot, colorful illustrations and a book’s text read by professional narrators in Russian, Ukrainian and English turn reading into a lively process that holds child’s attention for a long time. This interactive story will make a nice surprise and a wonderful entertainment for kids aged 3-12. And not only for kids!
“Mommy Hurries Home” was created by Glowberry Books as an interactive e-book for a multimedia reader PocketBook A 10’’ with a 10-inch multisensor display. Besides, the book can perform on Android devices with a platform version 2.1 and higher.
Dragons in the streets, police officers, fire-fighting vehicles ― a brave mother doesn’t care much about them on the way home where her sweet son is waiting. The pages of an interactive e-book “Mommy hurries home” are a vivid animation of everything that might be interesting for your little child in a modern city. Get yourselves involved in a row of breath-taking adventures that sometimes lie in wait for any courageous mother on her way home from the office.
AUTHORS and DEVELOPERS
The kids always look forward to meeting their mothers after work while the mothers usually fail to explain why they have been engaged in their business for so long and couldn’t play with the toy cars at home. Book’s author Svetlana Dorosheva and illustrator Olga Dehtyaryova are working mothers that have once decided to answer this question brightly and colorfully. So, they have created a book about fantastic adventures of a high-hearted mother on her way home. The friends from Obreey Interactive of PocketBook have animated their marvelous story having turned it into a vivid interactive book.
As Olga Cherepanova, the Head of Glowberry Books publishing house says, “A contemporary child is eager to read tales with modern realia. That is why in our interactive book, Mother is being saved from a closed office by a firemen squad with ladders, police officers drive dragons, and a neighborhood forest is inhabited by the dwarves.”
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