The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck

The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck

The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck is a children's book written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter. It was first published in July 1908. Potter composed the book at Hill Top, a working farm in the Lake District she bought in 1905. Jemima Puddle-Duck was the first of her books set wholly at the farm with background illustrations based on the farm buildings and yard, and nearby locales.

Children will enjoy becoming a part of this classic tale by touch, tap, and pull all the characters to come alive the story. It’s a fun new way to rediscover the beloved tales of Peter Rabbit and his friends.

Features:

  • Over 60 interactive pages;
  • Puzzles;
  • “Read to me” option;
  • Characters come alive with their own nature and voices!
  • All objects are touchable and dragable;
  • Sound effects on touching and objects collision;
  • Relaxing background soundtrack;
  • Beautiful vocal performance;
  • Sound effects on touching and objects collision;
  • Word highlighting to promote reading skills;
  • Realistic page turning just like with original physical books;
  • Adjustable volume of sound effects and background music;
  • Cool bookmark with volume control, links to pages and memory of last page;

This immersive interactive book is perfect for beginner-readers!

And while your children play and learn with this book, you may devote time to yourself, if you can break away from this excellence!

You can watch a sample video, that demonstrates one page of the book.

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