The best reading experience - Children's classic story "Cat and Mouse in Partnership" now available.
This is totally new reading experience: illustrated audio books with interactive animation on each page.
Classic story in new multimedia form: About the cat cheating the mouse, the cat eat all of the stored lard. incredible digitally-redesigned pages with every detail inside.
This interactive audio book features:
• Stunning animation effect on each page.Mice, the cat and the flower basket on the table and etc. special effects.Make the person at the scene.
• Revolutionary redesigned interactive animations. For example: Drag the basket on the table gently, the basket will move with the finger’s movement; Click on the cat, the cat will mew.You can interact almost everything on the screen.
• Professional audio narration.
• Each page has special effects sound.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Cute drawings, horrible story
A cat and mouse buy a snack and save it for a rainy day except the cat sneaks off to eat it every few days. Then when the mouse wants to go with the cat to eat it, it’s empty of course. The mouse confronts the cat that she must’ve eaten it all and the cat lashed out and eats the mouse too. End of story.
I was hoping there’d be a happy ending for my little ones.
So bad it should be removed
The original story, The Little Prince, is easily one of my favorites. Sadly, this story is a really, really horrible adaptation. The language is not even close to the original story. It is an over simplification of the timeless classic. The narrator character is completely missing, yet in the original, it is the dynamics of the narrator versus the Little Prince that is such a hallmark of the story and so integral to it as well. I was torn though in giving it a one star rating given the art is actually beautiful but although the art is a much better adaptation of the original art it is still vastly different and misses capturing the feel of the original artwork...also very integral to the story. Unfortunately I'd never recommend this adaptation to anyone and only wish I could get my money back...the only value I can see is that I've paid to be a warning to others.
Love the Artwork but Don't Love the App!
The artwork in the "book" is really beautiful to look at while reading my son the story, but I do wish I hadn't paid the $2.99 for it! There's not nearly enough interactive features on the pages - the description says just about everything on the pages is interactive but not even 1/4 of the items are. There really needs to be more for kids to touch and do if it's going to be labeled as interactive. Also, the voice reading the story in English is too slow.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.