Friday, January 17, 2014

GFAOTD: Wee You- Things (Wee you, Wee me, Wee FREE -you'll be rhyming after this book too!)

WeethumbYes, yes! Wee we! -a little faux French to get everyone in the mood for this rollicking, rhyming, ruckus! I just can't help myself. This book app has all the things I love --quirky illustrations, lots of fun interactions, a message of uniqueness and accepting differences and users can create their very own Wee characters to join the parade of awesome. (Please note: the app has much better rhyming than I do and doesn't make up pretend French words.)





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  SAFKnoads SAFKnoads SAFKnoadsWee You- Things has no ads, no in-app purchases and parent-protected external links for sharing and visiting the developer website.

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Wee1Meet the Wee You-Things in an interactive book and happy app designed to encourage kids (ages 3-7) to appreciate differences.

Wee Society's newest crew of characters celebrates "you-things"— those little and big things that, together, make you special and like no one else in the world. 

"Ruth has a purple tooth. Little Dot gets scared a lot. Brad has two dads. Ling pretends that she's a king." What's your special you-thing? Take part in the story and uncover surprises on every page.
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Fun features include: 
- A chance to create your own “you” and become a part of the story
- Interactive animations (with silly sound effects) that respond to touch and encourage discovery
- Tips for parents to help kids learn about differences and start conversations that help build understanding, encourage empathy, inspire creativity, develop confidence, and induce giggles
- Music and narration from indie rock band Rabbit!
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CtaglineCynthia is a wee thing since she is only five feet tall.

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