iStoryTime, a library of narrated children’s books for digital devices, launched the app The Penguins of Madagascar; The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel for iPhone/iPad last month. iStoryTime brings the adventurous penguins from Madagascar to the convenience of the iPad in this entertaining kid’s book application based on the hit show.
Four adventurous penguins living in the New York Zoo are now on the iPhone/iPad in The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel. Follow Skipper, Kowalski, Rico, and Private as well as King Julien, Maurice and Mort as The New York Zoo’s unearthing of a hundred-year-old time capsule reveals a mysterious key. With this cast of characters, the promise of mystery and adventure are sure to entertain and provide endless fun.
iStoryTime brings the joy of a kids’ book to the convenience of the iPhone, iPad and iPod® touch. iStoryTime books are illustrated and narrated, so children can enjoy the book even when parents are busy. Best of all, the apps are simple to use because they are designed for kids two-years and up. Pages can be turned automatically or manually depending on the age and preference of the user. And readers can choose the style of narration — an adult voice, child voice or none at all.
There are certainly times when you need to be sure that the little ones are entertained, during a dinner out, in the car, long trips, flights; oh heck, it could be anywhere. If your kid likes the show, they’ll love this app.
Winner of the Parent Tested Parent Approved (PTPA Media) Seal of Approval, iStoryTime provides a library of narrated children’s books for iOS devices (iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch) as well as Android devices. The company’s expertise in the mobile space continues to innovate and modernize storytime. iStoryTime has a vast library of new titles such as the Cartoon Network’s “Ben 10: Science Fiction” and DreamWorks Animation L.L.C.’s “Kung Fu Panda Holiday” and “The Penguins of Madagascar” as well as classics such as “Meet the Fraggles,” “Robin Hood,” and “Jack and the Box.” For more information, please visit http://www.istorytime.com/.