We are impressed with WindyPress’s Who Stole The Moon?, this e-book is a fine example of the evolution of and the progression of interactivity in children’s books.
Who Stole The Moon? is an adorable illustrated story that highlights imagination as it follows a little boy who talks to nocturnal critters to see if he can find out who stole the moon. While the story is cute by itself, it goes a step further by being completely interactive. You can tap on a handful of items on each page and something will happen! This is done well and will surely entertain younger children.
Once you’re done reading the story (it’s a pretty decent length), Who Stole The Moon? includes even more interactive features. Included are: fun puzzles and coloring pages taken straight out of the story as well as a dragonfly reflex game and a memory game. There are even 8 songs that you and you’re child can sing along with. As you can see, Who Stole The Moon? packs in a lot of entertainment and all of it is simply adorable.
Note: Who Stole The Moon? includes 15 different languages for both story narration as well as written.
The Bottom Line: 8/10 (Great)
Who Stole The Moon? is easily recommendable for the adorable illustrations alone, add lots of interactivity and extra features and we’ve got a winner on our hands.