Bramble Berry Tales Sasquatch

Bramble Berry Tales Sasquatch

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Join Thomas and Lily in this lighthearted adventure as they stumble upon the great mystery of the Pacific Northwest, the reclusive Sasquatch! Stories often have a valuable message, and Thomas soon discovers the age-old lesson that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. Discover the origins of the Sasquatch (Sásq’ets), inspired by the Indigenous oral history of the Sto:lo Nation.

Children and parents alike will find much to love in this beautifully crafted story, featuring a cast of delightful characters in lush, vibrant landscapes. Characters come alive as they react to your touch, and wonderful voice narration guides you through each page. Experience the story in English, Spanish, French, or the original Halq'eméylem language. Thousands of years old, the endangered language of the Sto:lo Nation has less than a dozen fluent speakers, and revitalization efforts are underway.

The Great Sasquatch is the second standalone storybook app in the award winning Bramble Berry Tales series, from developer Rival Schools and publisher Loud Crow Interactive Inc. Each app is based on a unique story from different Indigenous tribes.

FEATURES:

- New and original story world
- Charming and humorous narration
- Inspired by traditional Indigenous languages and oral history
- Learn vocabulary and language: English, French, Spanish, and Halq'eméylem
- Educational word highlighting and definitions for young readers
- Touch, tilt & slide to bring the story to life

REVIEWS FOR THE AWARD-WINNING FIRST BOOK, THE STORY OF KALKALILH:

“The overall quality of every aspect of this app – from the illustrations to the music and narration – is wonderfully realized and makes this app an easy one to recommend.”
– Amy Solomon, 148Apps (4.5/5)

“A wonderful treat unlike anything you’ve seen on iOS, or on any mobile platform for that matter.”
– Aldrin Calimlim, AppAdvice

Comments and ratings for Bramble Berry Tales Sasquatch
  • (72 stars)

    by Andreas Gassner on 11/01/2014

    Animations are rather boring and the story is alright I guess.

  • (72 stars)

    by Dominic Powell on 16/12/2013

    Possibly better than the First. Excellent narration and animation, the book comes alive - better than any of the other competitors on the play store.

  • (72 stars)

    by William Seppeler on 05/11/2013

    $3 a pop might be a little more expensive than most storybooks, but it's worth the price for the quality of the narration. Turning pages can be temperamental. Be sure to look for the visual cue before turning a page, otherwise the narration will stop and

  • (72 stars)

    by Tara-Lee Gardner on 25/10/2013

    I couldn't wait to buy this! It's so awesome to have it read to you in halq'emeylem.