Little z sometimes felt a bit lonely.
He had lots of letter friends who liked doing all sorts of fun things – acrobatics, dancing, juggling and laughing, but there was something still missing.
Join little z and help him work out which member of the alphabet is the perfect friend for him!
The Amazing Alphabet is fully personalised, beautifully illustrated and custom make to order. It comes with a free app (your choice of iOS or Android) that brings the book to life with pop up like 3D animation, music and sound that jumps out of the printed page.
The Amazing Alphabet is a beautifully illustrated book, but what really sets it apart form other personalised books is the augmented reality aspect. Simply by hovering over the book with the free app, the characters jump out of the page in 3D with music and sound effects. It is a lot of fun for the whole family, and really engages children in an amazing way. The app can even read the story to the child!
Ava, my 3 year old, was really excited to have a book written and illustrated specially for her, but her reaction to the book popping to life with animation and music was priceless.
You can see why Ava has become obsessed with her copy of The Amazing Alphabet and wants to read it everyday!
My only issue with the Amazing Alphabet is that in the app they call little z “little zee” rather than “little zed”. I’m having a hard enough time getting the kids to accept that zed is pronounced ZED because of youtube videos, and this reinforces that little Americanism.
The Amazing Alphabet Personalised Storybook is available to purchase from the tinyme website.
TinyMe is run by 3 dads (who have 15 kids between them!) and have grown from a 1 person start-up, to a 50+ team with separate businesses in Australia, US and the UK.
Disclosure: I received a copy of the above mentioned book in order to facilitate this review. All thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.
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