Improves children's language skills
Has positive effects on children's cognitive skills (i.e. literacy, numeracy and cognition)
Ignites children's imagination and creativity
Supports cognitive development
Increases chances of academic success later on
According to the research conducted via partnership arrangement between the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, the frequency of reading to children has a direct causal effect on their academic success.
A 1985 study by the National Commission on Reading has shown that ". . . reading aloud to children is the single most important intervention for developing their literacy skills."
Beautifully illustrated audio picture books
Carefully written texts
Availability even in offline mode
Fairy tales always on the go with you
A variety of stories
As parents ourselves, we are dedicated to developing apps which are tailored specifically to meet the children's needs. This is why we care deeply about quality of our products, their appearance, content and functionality.