The Thumbelina iPad Interactive eBook Makes Reading Fun

By: Nikki Taylor - Published: Sep 6, 2012 • References: vimeo and pogrart
The iPad interactive eBook representation of the classic Anderson fairytale Thumbelina by Alexander Pogrebniak Studio is beautifully illustrated and deeply engaging.

Thumbelina Magic Story takes children on a mesmerizing journey. The eBook creatively exploits the touchscreen capabilities that the infamous tablet is known for in order to make children more involved in the adventures of the red-headed girl known as Thumbelina. Along with being able to swipe through the pages of the book, children can also touch stars to create music, cause fish to leap from one end to the next in the pond by Mrs. Toad and her son or click on buzzing insects, causing them to jump off.

It's not uncommon to see children picking up an iPad rather than a book, and Alexander Pogrebniak Studio has created a way where reading can still be enjoyed by making it an interactive experience. Thumbelina Magic Story will be released this September with full and free versions available.