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The Going to Bed Book

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Price: $3.99

Rating: 2.33/5 (12 votes)

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We’re excited to inform you of our latest release into the Android Market.  Sandra Boynton’s Best Selling Board Books, and one of the bestselling Children’s books of all time (Over 5-million copies sold), “The Going to Bed Book” is now available for download. Former iPad App of the Week, Apple New & Noteworthy, Kirkus Star Award & 5-stars from Common Sense Media.  To celebrate our launch we’re offering “The Going to Bed Book” and “PopOut! The Tale of Peter Rabbit” for 50% off!! 

 

Far beyond any e-book experience, The Going to Bed Book app has all the magic and appeal of a traditional pop-up book, offering lively interactivity and thoroughly mesmerizing discovery. Imagine! An ark that rocks. Characters that respond to touch with sound and movement. Tap water that turns on and off, and steam that fogs the screen. Can you write your name in the steam? Of course! There are teeth to brush, and a group exercise session with ten pajama-clad animals (big and small) each with its own unique exercise. Help the little piggy turn off the lights, then rock yourself to sleep to the music box sound of twinkling stars. There's something wonderful to discover on every page.

 

Here are some links for you to have a look:

 

YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AybZlVgT6Qw

Market Page - https://market.android.com/details?id=com.loudcrow.goingtobed

Product Page - http://loudcrow.com/the-going-to-bed-book

Kirkus Review -http://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/childrens-books/sandra-boynton/going-bed-book/#review

The iPhone App Review - http://www.theiphoneappreview.com/2011/03/boynton-going-to-bed-book-iphone-app-review/

 

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