A story that has lasted throughout the centuries is brought to life in a new way through the life of Benji the pug in Benji and The Beanstalk. This app is a wonderful way to tell a great tale with a delightful ‘puggy’ twist. Join Benji in an adventure of a lifetime where he meets an elderly man, giants, a golden egg-laying hen, and a beautiful harp. This journey teaches Benji many great lessons along the way about honesty, charity, and appreciation.
You have the option of turning the narration on or you can read it on your own. Either way, you’ll read it time and time again.
You’ll want to share this pug children’s app with your favorite pug lover or family and friends. Everyone will get a kick out of this book filled with colorful illustrations. It will make a great conversation piece or gift- which you can do through the iTunes store!
Story adaptations by Lauren L. Darr. Illustrations by Benacer Sipahutar.
About the Author
What was born from a family love of pugs has grown into re-writing historical tales, fables, and nursery rhymes with a new “puggy” twist. Adapting these timeless stories has become a hobby
for the Darr-Tinkle family and turned into the creation of many pug children’s books. They are suitable for any child or pug lover.
Lauren L. Darr has been ‘owned’ by pugs since her first family pug rescue of White Pines Tuttie when she was just six years old. Tuttie was a pug left at the vet after getting fixed because the
breeder didn’t need her in his puppy mill anymore. She had never been out of a cage or even uttered a bark. Tuttie was the joy of Lauren’s life until she left this world at the age of 15 (human years, of course!).
Now, Inky & Sarge (brother and sister) and Benji are the pugs of Lauren’s life. Inky & Sarge have been the featured mascots for Lauren’s marketing company, LOI International since 2004. They were rescued from Ohio Pug Rescue in 2001. Benji has slowly started creeping into the marketing materials since he was rescued in 2006. He came from Chicago as the owner was
unable to take care of him anymore for health reasons.
Visit www.leftpawpress.com to get a printed copy of the Benji and the Beanstalk. It’s available as a full color storybook in paperback and hard cover.
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