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A Beautiful Kids’ Book That Combines Interactivity With Good Old-Fashioned Text

If there’s one reading experience that truly has been transformed by the interactive wonders of the tablet, it’s got to be the children’s book. Apps like The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore, the award-winning animated story from Moonbot Studios, have shown how the iPad really can feel a little bit magical when used with care and consideration. But creating a flashy book for young tots, where there isn’t much risk of the visuals stepping on the story, is one thing. The Jörgits and the End of Winter, a fantasy novel for a slightly older set of youngsters, shows how interactivity can work in a slightly more substantial text.



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