The Tree I See: ( Inspired by real life events ) A young Tree learns how friendships are formed by sharing with others. As the story progresses, the darkness of night falls on our young tree who feels alone, scared, and anxious. The rising moon unveils an amazing message for all….Friends and Family may not always be by our side during difficult times in this life. However, we must understand that the love of family and friends never leaves us and will remain, through any difficult moment we encounter….. This is the Message of The Tree I See - written for children who may have lost a loved one, encounter a prolonged medical hospitalization, or even get anxious about sleeping in their own bedroom away from Mom and Dad. In time, one realization continues to shine through…. the love of others will always be near and dear, never fleeting or passing by, steady and resilient through any storm or life challenging event.
★★★★★ Award – BestAppsforKids 2012 -
(EAS) Educational App Store Recommended
The Tree I See offers a consistent illustrative theme and gradual character integration, to maintain focus and build upon your child’s working memory. Adele Diamond, one of the world’s leading researchers in the field of developmental cognitive neuroscience, defines working memory as, “holding information in your mind while mentally working with it or updating it.” This interactive storybook establishes a visual, auditory, and tactile experience that will enhance the growth and development of your child, as he or she explores our living storybook that springs to life.
ANI-MOTION – constant animation and motion, creating a true living storybook experience.
BUILDING BLOCKS – Learn about our flying friends and what is needed to build a home.
MUSIC/CHARACTER INTERPLAY – Each character adds a new musical component, offering a dynamic chorus.
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