Introducing the Fisher Price Little-People Flower Power App #Review


I am so happy to introduce a little sneak-peek of Fisher Price’s new app for kids.  This is the adorable Little People Flower Power app.  The Little People Flower Power Interactive Storybook introduces kids the world of Eddie, Sofia, Koby, Mia and Tessa.  The book is narrated by singer-songwriter and children’s TV star, Genevieve Goings, aka Disney Jr’s Choo-Choo Girl!

Story Summary
Mia is going to her first day of preschool at Little People Place.  She’s feeling a little shy, but
the Little People friends help her feel at home.  Each child introduces Mia to something super
fun and special.  Miss Hugg, the fun-loving teacher has special, discovery-time, on the rug with the children.

App Highlights
The app has two modes, “read to me” and “read it myself.” 
Interactive points on every page

What I thought: My favorite part about this app is the “read to me” option.  Believe it or not, that is a relatively difficult thing to find.    If you are able to find a read aloud app it is really robotic.  Miss Genevieve’s voice is amazing and sweet.  My kids really responded to the app, plus this mom loved it.  Lets be real, you know you be out there taking out batteries and pretending toys are “accidentally” broken.  What I really appreciate about the Fisher Price brand as a whole is the educational quality of the toys; but almost more importantly is the classic style of the toys.  I’m old school all the way, and I love that I can still find that in the Fisher-Price brand.  The brand has stood the test of time in our family.  When Phillip was but a wee one we used the free baby apps, which are adorable and I would recommend snagging those.  While the Flower Power Interactive Book is $3.99, we buy lame .99 cent apps all the time.  Why not buy one good quality app that your kids will love.  I will say that there is only the one story, with only slight choice variation, my daughter noticed that it was repetitive and wanted to know why there wasn’t more; and why it didn’t do something else.  It would have been great for there to have been more variation or at least one more story.  This is especially because of the $3.99 pricetag.  But lucky you, when the app premiers on October 22nd you will be able to snag the app for .99 cents!  Don’t miss out on that.
What are your favorite kid apps? 

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