Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Good Free App of the Day: Get a $5 app FREE for a limited time,and learn about diversity, too.
Walter is a real-life boy. He's a real-life boy who lives in the coutry of Uganda, Africa, in an orphanage with all his friends. What's special about Walter and his pals? They each have special needs and big, big dreams. Today's FREE app from developer Chosen and Dearly Loved LLC is completely based on Walter's real hopes and dreams to one day become a bus driver. This sweet and silly tale is sure to entertain AND educate your kiddo. Be sure to grab it today while it's free!
If you'd like to download Walter's Flying Bus (FREE, Normally $4.99, iPad ONLY) use the link below to support Smart Apps for Kids:
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“Walter’s Flying Bus” is inspired by the real-life art and dreams of Walter and his friends, who all live together at a special needs orphanage in Uganda. Walter lives without a family, and was badly burned as a young boy, yet despite his circumstances, he still seeks adventure and dreams of being a bus driver someday.
In "Walter's Flying Bus," Walter finds an abandoned bus and together with the hopes and dreams of his friends, and a little work, the engine soon roars to life! The children realize their dreams are not only inspirational but they have the power to carry them to what they desire most, families that will love them forever.
"Walter's Flying Bus" Features:
• Interactivity within an animated adventure
• Narrated in English, Spanish and Luganda (A primary language of Uganda)
• Inspired by the real-life art and dreams of orphaned children in Uganda
• Fully scored with original music
• Auto Play feature
• Ability to select ENGLISH, SPANISH or LUGANDA Narration/Text
• Mini-documentaries of the real-life children featured! (requires Wi-Fi connection)
• Celebrates the beauty and dignity of every child
• On/off narration and on/off music selection
• Chapter selection
• Full navigation menu
• Information button (credits)
-Rachel J. wants to be a speech pathologist at an oprhanage in China when she grows up.
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