Bedtime Story - Try the Food
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LITTLE APP OF BIG QUESTIONS
Imagine a world of possibilities… back when you were young! A world that had no bounds, a world of colour, new sounds and smells, a world of excitement and imagination.
A world that allowed you to construct questions without pretense.. a world that would allow us to ask questions about new possibilities…
These books have been designed with the following concept in mind - “In life if we ask better questions we get better results”.
This incredible 12 page story allows you to read to your child while the child interacts with the elements of each page.
“USE THE POWER OF QUESTIONS TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE” - Tony Robbins
ABOUT THE STORY
>Jessie does not like eating her vegetables and rather than just TRYING them, she deliberately gets out of eating them by doing things that result in consequences for her and her family.
>This witty short story teaches children to think about the consequences of their actions before doing them and poses a question of trying..
>How can I take this experience and use it to contribute to others?
>What is preventing me from achieving this goal?
>What am I most proud about in my life now?
> Kids between 2 and 6 years
> Parents who want to read to their kids, and kids who want to play with the APP
> Parents that understand the importance of 'Personal Development'
INTERACTIVE KIDS FLIP BOOK
>Drag and Drop the characters and elements of the story
>Simple navigation allowing the child to control the book
>Music, Sounds and Animation
WHAT WILL MY CHILDREN LEARN
>You will find the game inviting and distraction-free. Your children build and practice cognitive skills, shape recognition, visual spatial skills.
REMARKABLE CUSTOMER SUPPORT
>If you have any new book ideas please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Quality questions create a quality life! Asking thoughtful questions is more important than having quick answers.
These amazing childrens books are focused around fun educational stories that both the parent and the kids can relate to.
‘We are human’… if you can provide feedback once you have downloaded this APP as to how your kid was able to interact and how you found the story, that would be really helpful!
All the success