The Butterfly Book, an interactive story with adventure and friendship in it, and also fun and poetry.Paolo leans on the windowsill and looks down at the people in the street going about their lives. He wishes he had some friends but he doesn't have any. Suddenly, Paolo feels a gust of wind brush against his face. The books on his bookshelf start moving about restlessly. There is a lot of hustle and bustle and his books fly away. The Butterfly Book started it all. It's not like any of the other books... It's Paolo's SPECIAL BOOK where he writes down his secret words and precious POEMS... Flown away! How to get it back? Who could help him?A book full of words playing all arround! From 6 years onwards.The reasons to play with The Butterfly Book- An original story- Intelligently interactive animated illustrations that give depth to the story.- Between 30 and 45 min of fun and magic- Available in 2 languages: English and French- A way to experience the story that can be either silent or read by a storyteller.This book is part of the To Play collection by La Souris Qui Raconte, which can beidentified by the hand symbol in the right corner of the icon. (Our other To Readcollection is recognisable by an eye symbol).La Souris Qui Raconte publishes original works that are 100% digital, adapted forweb reading as well as e-book readers and makes reading fun! The companydistinguishes itself in the publishing world by setting previously unpublished storiesin an imaginative graphic world. Its collections will appeal to parents who are eager tofind responsible digital literature for their children aged between 5 and 10 years old.Find out more about La Souris Qui RaconteOn the web: www.lasourisquiraconte.comVia Facebook: http://www.lasourisquiraconte/facebookAnd via Twitter: @LSQR_FPFor comments, questions and suggestions contact us:firstname.lastname@example.org
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