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ABCmouse.com brings interactive fables and zoo to iOS

December 16th, 2010 at 12:34 PM

Undoubtedly, one of the things that makes the holidays so enjoyable is the unadulterated joy seen on the faces of smaller children. Sons, daughters, nieces, nephews, cousins, you know… the ones who make the hassle of gifts, traveling, crowds, and overindulgent consumerism all worthwhile. Whether it’s seeing them tear through wrapping paper like Grant through Richmond or watching them laugh with family and friends, kids make the put the holidays in perspective — those of you with children in your proverbial posse know exactly what we’re talking about. So this holiday season, why not up your street-cred with the aforementioned bunch? ABCmouse.com has just released a series of interactive books for iOS that are perfect for showing the young peeps at your holiday celebration why you’re exponentially cooler than that whacky Uncle Norm. The latest series includes multiple titles from Aesop’s Fable’s, including The Boy Who Cried Wolf and The Tortoise and the Hare. There is even a title with an interactive Zoo to navigate through. Each title is compatible with the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad and available for $0.99 in the App Store. Imagine it: sitting by the fire, chestnuts (or some other obscure holiday nut) roasting, as you, like a modern day Pied Piper, command the attention of your audience with an interactive book reading. Burn Uncle Norm, burn. Not a bad way to buy your young compatriots affection, no?

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