Quillr® Interactive Stories today announced the release of their first interactive children’s musical book for the iPad, Saving Grape-Jelly Cheeks. The delightful story of a little budgie rescued from a chilly Canadian fall using only string, a box and a stick is true. And in a unique twist, Saving Grape-Jelly Cheeks is told through catchy a cappella songs and original music that will have children and parents laughing and interactively joining in to rescue the little green bird.
Now kids everywhere can take part in the story and poke a chubby gray squirrel, drag dancing bird seeds and tap open a technicolour box to help save Grape-Jelly Cheeks, and learn a few life lessons, such as “Gardens, like friends, are big and they’re small. Shape and size doesn’t matter at all…”
Each page pops with quirky visuals and silly songs, promoting learning while enticing kids to discover numerous interactive secrets and lure Grape-Jelly Cheeks down into the box and to safety. “A budgie isn’t like us,” warbles a sparrow chorus. “He’ll have to go in. He’s got skinny little feathers and skinny little skin.” Part of Quillr’s Musical Garden Tails series, Saving Grape-Jelly Cheeks is a gentle and fun, 11 page full-colour adventure, filled with touch-driven sounds and animations; plus a colouring page.
Ideal for ages 2-8, Saving Grape-Jelly Cheeks is now available for $2.99 US for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch through Interactive Touch Books in Apple’s App Store or by visiting www.quillr.com.
And yes, the authors successfully rescued the real Grape-Jelly Cheeks, who lived and chirped happily with them for several years.
Based on southern Vancouver Island, B.C., Quillr® Interactive Stories is an independent multimedia publisher focused on telling tall tales and making merry music…and putting both together into a fun interactive experience for all.