The best reading experience - Children's classic story "Reynard the Fox" now available on your iPad.
This is totally new reading experience: illustrated audio books with interactive animation on each page.
Classic story in new multimedia form: It tells the little fox Liena playing tricks on other small animals in the forest with his own wisdom. incredible digitally-redesigned pages with every detail inside.
This interactive audio book features:
►Stunning animation effect on each page.Cute little bee, the basket in the ground and the small mice and etc.special effects. Make the person at the scene.
► Revolutionary redesigned interactive animations. Example: Sliding the basket gently, the basket would move with your finger’s movement; Click on the little mouse, the little mouse will have a bark.You can interact almost everything on the screen.
► Professional audio narration.
► Each page has special effects sound
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It is funny and interesting, my son lvoes so much. Thanks for you great app.
i like it,classic srory,kids like it too,good for education,petty nice
I like it
very good story
Direct quote from the book: "Turning their feeding ground into a bloody slaughterhouse". Need I say more?
I needed a fun new book for an upcoming flight with my daughter. However, there are ads at the top of every page of the story, and the pages are not very interactive at all. Most make one additional noise but nothing interesting happens. I may have overlooked dullness of the pages, but the content of the story includes slaughtering chicks, the term bloodbath, and all the animals are losing their tails. I should have remembered the story before clicking buy. I regret paying for this.
I was appalled at this story. It basically teaches CHILDREN that a conniving, sneaky, murdering person can break the realms of hierarchy and rule oppressively. This fox cuts tails off animals and murders babies. The animals go to the king for help. Reynard proceeds to tie up the "King and Judge" of animals, and leaves him to be eaten or killed. The king begs to be saved and bribes Reynard. The fox is rewarded after "saving" the king from the very clutches of danger he put him in. In turn, the king says he will forever ignore stories of wrong doing that the people tell him concerning Reynard. He goes on to promote the fox to second in command. THE END. There is NO punishment or moral white light to brighten this cold dead story. Children need to know real life, but done in this context it only teaches that GOOD comes from EVIL. I've never seen such garbage wrapped in such a pretty package.
Page Four, where Reynard catches chickens, kills all of the chicks and makes their feeding ground a 'bloody slaughterhouse", seems a bit much .... Not one ounce of charm in this one folks, the story is lost.
Don't get it, because it is an absolute waste of your time, and it is not good grammar either