An Adventure of a LifetimeThe Wonderful Adventures of Nils is rated at 4.0 stars in Google Play. It is rated at 3.9 stars in the Amazon Appstore.
Join Nils on his magical journey, meet new friends, and see the world like you've never seen it before! The Wonderful Adventures of Nils is a beautiful interactive and magical storybook created for young readers. Watch how Nils learns an important lesson and comes to understand that we should treat all living things with trust and care. Enjoy fun interactive activities, superb animation, and brilliant sound effects your child will love.
TabTale's interactive storybooks provide an exciting interactive reading experience for beloved children's stories. Richly filled with innovative and engaging activities, each book inspires young children's creativity and imagination in a uniquely enjoyable and interactive way.
The story comes alive with interactive fun. The young reader gets to meet Nils and and his animal friends, watch how a magic dwarf casts a spell on Nils, and fly over stunning landscapes with Nils aboard Muli the goose.
Nils eventually saves the day by warning the geese of an impending danger, and then your child will help welcome Nils back to the farm in a joyous celebration. Your child truly becomes part of the story.
Experience the Adventure Your Way
The Wonderful Adventures of Nils comes packed with features:
- Beautiful high-definition illustrations joined with a rich narrative on every page
- "Read to Me": automatically reads each page of the story to you
- "Read it Myself": allows you to control the reading yourself
- "Auto Play": automatically reads the entire story to you
- Numerous engaging and fun animations on each page
With such agreement, and with the fact that it is normally $10.95 in Google Play, there's no question: buy it now while it is free.
There is also a free version by the same developer in the iOS App Store. That version has an in-app purchase that removes the ads ($0.99).
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