Join the Goodnight Safari!
Children will become the center of the story as they help the giraffe eat her dinner, the monkey climb to bed, and the elephant kiss goodnight. Simple vocabulary and intuitive interactivity will engage young children while building their ownership of nighttime preparations. A perfect bedtime or story time accompaniment for young children.
- Children help the animals prepare for bedtime in interactive scenes
Toddlers can help the safari animals get ready for bed, while older children will more fully explore each scene.
- Engaging story captures and holds the attention of young children
With read along and read alone settings, children can build early literacy skills or follow along with the nighttime rituals of preparing to sleep.
- Beautiful textured artwork by Luciana Navarro Powell invites curious fingers
Vibrant illustrations bring the African savanna to life in the hands of your child. In addition to the main safari animals, discover lesser known leopard tortoises and monitor lizards.
- Color, count, and learn more about the animals with four fun activities
The safari continues with four age-appropriate activities that invite children to identify colors and features of the animals, count up to six, and match mamas to their babies.
- Selected one of the Best Book Apps for 2012 by Kirkus Reviews
- “New and Noteworthy” and “What’s Hot” iPad app in iTunes App Store!
- #2 Book in Paid iPad Apps
- Featured by Publishers Weekly in “This Week in Children’s Apps”
- “The rich, lush illustrations burst with color, and the fuzzy, sock-like texture of many animals adds to their appeal… A simple, lovely lullaby.” –Kirkus Reviews
- “This is an absolutely beautiful app. The user interface is excellent and the graphics and illustrations are playful yet strikingly clear.” Staff Favorite, ★★★★★ –Famigo.com
- “Goodnight Safari is an interactive story that will help children relax instead of hyping them up with loud noises and crazy graphics. When it comes to bedtime stories that’s the type of app I’m looking for!” –iPhone Mom