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Children have an innate love of stories. Stories create magic and a sense of wonder at the world. Stories teach us about life, about ourselves and about others. Storytelling is a unique way for students to develop an understanding, respect and appreciation for other cultures, and can promote a positive attitude to people from different lands, races and religions.

Parents and teachers use interactive reading to facilitate interaction and social skills in a meaningful way during play dates. This method of teaching can be very effective for children as it sparks their imagination and also engages them in a social activity.

When children take turns reading a storybook out loud, they are in a sense collaborating as they work towards the goal of finishing the story, while also benefitting from the structure of the book and the spontaneous nature of the activity they are engaging in.

With interactive story books on the devices, each page becomes a place to explore - some filled with sound, videos and even mini-games. But being interactive isn't enough anymore, apps have to be visually appealing. That's why we've selected the best interactive story books that are fun to read, yet beautifully illustrated.

    Join Stampy the Wizard as he searches through the village for his missing wand in this eBook-style app that merges a hand-made setting with modern technology to form a fun and entertaining experience for parents and children.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    This is an interactive story book from the developers that also produced the popular and successful Jonty – the dinosaur who would not go to sleep interactive storybook. Both the graphics and sounds within the app really help to set the scene and the story itself is just as good as any award winning picture book. The story follows Mother Gray, a whale, and her child whale as they travel through their migration north to the feeding grounds. 

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Discover all about the place we call home, our planet – find out the answers to questions such as where we are in space, what is deep down under the ground, who and what is on the other side of the Earth and what causes the rain to fall from the sky. ‘The Planet Earth’ app is a unique and interactive science textbook that illustrates all of these ideas and more.

    Devices: iPad

    Ease into bedtime with the educational and fun stories contained within this app.  Linking together various strands of their learning, this app will help children to make connections and reinforce their understanding.

    Devices: iPad

    A wide-ranging selection of interactive nursery rhymes and songs.

    Devices: iPad

    A super little animated story creator

    Devices: iPad

    A delightful customisable storybook app that is very impressive in its execution and it would be good to keep abreast of new content as it is added.

    Devices: iPad

    A well-presented interactive story book that allows young children to have a story read to them, or to read themselves as the story progresses, depending on their age and reading ability level. 

    Devices: iPad

    With fun activities and stories, this app is great for independent and adult supported learning.  Carefully designed to teach effectively, it uses a novel approach to introducing letters and words to young learners and constantly reinforces past learning.

    Devices: iPad

    An interactive story app covering some of the most exciting real life stories from all over the world.

    Devices: iPad

    STORY LINE : Watch as a young boy spends time with a tree who constantly gives and shares unconditionally with friends of the wilderness.

    Devices: iPad

    Happy Easter, Little Critter is an excellent interactive book experience for kids. With colorful pictures and a personalized story, your child will enjoy reading and listening too. They can learn new words and play a mini Easter egg hunt game with the adorable Little Critter and his family. More than just a story, Happy Easter, Little Critter helps your child learn new words, play a fun mini game, and experience a personalized story just for them.

    Devices: iPad

    Welcome to Hansel and Gretel – a brand new fairytale story app from Nosy Crow.

    Devices: iPad

    Welcome to Max & Meredith: The Search for Percival, the interactive children’s book app where kids choose the course of the story.

    Devices: iPad

    Watch the most popular Virtual Reality stories and movies from the director of Madagascar films (Eric Darnell) and Emmy-winning Baobab studios.

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Rooftops is an interactive story that will inspire your kid to play outside and build a healthy relationship with technology. Rooftops aims to strike the right balance and promote healthy screen time habits. With beautiful illustrations and fun, interactive animations designed to stimulate your kid’s imagination, this wonderful story will help you teach your kid about the benefits of playing outside while building a positive relationship with mobile devices.

    Devices: iPad

    iStoryBooks offers up a collection of stories in a full page, read-to-me format for pre-school and primary school children, and scored a 5 star EAS Certification. The types of books include children’s books, story books, bedtime stories, classic stories, folk stories, toddler books, preschool books, nursery school books, fairy tales and picture books with accompanying audio of the text in each page. There is a range of content offered for free after which one can unlock all the content for a small subscription fee of $0.99 per month. This app is also available in: Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/iMarvel-iStoryBooks/dp/B004QP6P6I Web: https://www.istorybooks.co/

    Devices: Android , iPad

    Imagistory provides an entirely new reading experience, not only is it very fun and easy to use, it's also highly educational! Helping foster creativity, imagination and to develop language and early literacy skills.

    Devices: iPad

    Another Monster at the End of This Book easily stands head-and-shoulders above the first one by adding fun banter between Elmo and Grover. Tasks for children to complete are enhanced with a simple combination lock and ungluing pages so you can keep going to see the monster. Once you're set with the first Monster book, you'll want to add this one to your iPad also.

    Devices: iPad

    The Monster at the End of This Book enhances the classic Sesame Street book with a completely immersive experience that draws children right into the story.

    Devices: iPad