An interactive picture book with brightly colored illustrations and animations (watch Pansjo on Youtube). The child participates in the story by moving or touching objects. The menu structure is simple, making Pansjo perfect for kids ages 2 and up. The moving images make it fun to read aloud for both child and parent. The menu includes coloring pictures.
Tummy is the first publication in the series “Pansjo”. Pansjo wakes up. His tummy is making strange noises. What’s in there? And what does Pansjo do to quiet his tummy? Pansjo visits the baker and the farmer. As the story progresses, he is transformed from a hungry clown to a happy, satisfied little fellow. Read and see how the story unfolds through the creative use of animations and interactions. Children are drawn right into the story. Moving images and sound effects bring the story to life!
What possibilities are offered by this interactive picture book?
•Listening to and looking at illustrations and moving images.
•Interactive elements (in both pictures and sound).
•On/Off text display option.
•On/Off option for background music.
•On/Off option for reading voice.
•Colors and coloring pictures can be saved.
•The menu is extremely easy to use. A flower at the top right is used to display or hide the menu.
•The text toolbar can be displayed at the bottom by touching the book icon. Touching the middle of the toolbar hides it.
•Various elements move briefly, indicating that you can touch them and interact with them.
•The following languages are available: English (American and British), French, German, Dutch and Japanese.
Pansjo apps are optimized for use on an iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Due to the number of animations in this app, the app should be downloaded via Wi-Fi or iTunes.
More about Pansjo
Stay up-to-date on all Pansjo developments at www.pansjo.com and on Facebook or follow Pansjo on Twitter (@pansjo)
We develop digital picture books based on a child’s way of thinking, for whom interactive learning is both informative and fun. Interactive picture books are very much relevant to today’s world, in which digital media has become a part of everyday life.
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