Check out this sweet e-book app about friendship and enter to win a $50 iTunes gift card!
If you'd like to download Liloolee — The Little Lost Alien (on sale for .99 for a limited time, regularly $1.99, iPhone/iPad), use the little button below to support Smart Apps for Kids:
This app contains no ads, no in-app purchases, but does have external links to Facebook and the app store under a protected parent section.
Liloolee reads people well. So well, in fact, that his whole body turns colors when he meets people, depending on their character. When he first meets Melanie and her pup Pippi in the forest, he turns blue because she is kind. When Melanie takes him home to meet her mother, however, he turns red and runs far away. He knows she doesn't want him there.
Melanie and her family go on a hunt for little Liloolee, and all learn a thing or two about acceptance and friendship along the way.
Great graphics and interactive pages make this e-book great for little guys and gals just learning about what it means to be a friend to everyone. Simple text is highlighted as it is read and the animations don't distract from the story or its ever-important message.
Additional games are included under the "information" section. Your sweet pea can color little Liloolee to match the setting he is in, create and record a musical masterpiece, and even help navigate Liloolee back to his spaceship!
This neat app is a perfect length story for "read to me" time, or to set to auto-play and serve as its own entertainment. Liloolee — The Little Lost Alien is a sweet little tale with fun, interactive extra elements built into the app, and it serves as not only a good lesson in being kind, but provides entertainment as well. At a sale price of $0.99, how can you go wrong?!
Not only is this app sweet, but Liloolee Enterprises is kind enough to provide a $50 iTunes giveaway— just for SAFK readers. Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter, but hurry — you've only got 10 days to do so! Best of luck!a Rafflecopter giveaway
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