April 23, 2013

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All children's book StoryToys Apps Free or $0.99 in Celebration of World Book Day

All StoryToys Apps Free or $1 on April 23 in Celebration of World Book Day

StoryToys, a leading publisher of interactive books and games for children, will be reducing the price of all its 3D interactive pop-up book apps in celebration of World Book Day on April 23. All apps will be free in the App Store and reduced to just $0.99 on Google Play. The majority of apps are normally priced at $4.99

UNESCO designated April 23 as International World Book Day to pay tribute to authors, books and reading, and to encourage everyone, particularly children, to experience and explore the pleasures of books and reading. The annual event, now in its 13th year, is held on April 23 due to its significance as the anniversary of both the birth and death of William Shakespeare, and the death of “Don Quixote” author Miguel de Cervantes.

"At StoryToys our goal is to encourage children to read through fun and entertaining apps. We believe that all children should enjoy the excitement of being drawn into an engaging story and experience the delight of reading a good book,” said Barry O'Neill, chief executive officer of StoryToys. “That’s why we’re proud to support the important mission of International World Book Day by giving our book apps to Apple and Google users for free and for less than one euro / dollar / pound.”

StoryToys’ apps create a bridge between the digital and print worlds, encouraging literacy by teaching children that reading can be fun. StoryToys’ 3D interactive pop-up books seamlessly merge innovative 3D game design with traditional storytelling, bringing fairy tales into the digital world through magical pop-up scenes and a range of rich features, while retaining the substance and tactility of real books. The current library includes classics such as Grimm’s “Snow White,” “Rapunzel,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “Puss in Boots,” “The Little Mermaid” and more.


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