The Fox and the Grapes! Great Kids Book App with a Moral


The Fox and the Grapes is nicely done interactive book app of Aesop’s classic Fable. The Fox and the Grapes is educational in life lessons, as well as being an opening for dialogue on empathy and emotions.  Perfect for preschools and early grades! .The fox wanders through an orchard and find ripe grapes hanging high in a tree. He can not get them and you will have to get the book to get to the lessons! The Fox and the Grapes also features a concentration and memory game when you are ready to take a break! This app is presented by criistii.

Colorful Interactive Story!

Take a Break with a Memory Game!

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This app is a great addition to your kid’s toolbox for life!
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Meet The Developer!

What was the initial inspiration for  your app?

“The Fox and the Grapes” has always been one of our favorite stories when we were children. The beauty of Aesop’s’ fables lies in the many ways you can interpret the moral of the story. In “The Fox and the Grapes” we learned  to never disparage what we cannot get. On  the other hand, the moral could be applied with people as well – it has taught us that it’s wrong to be spiteful towards people we cannot agree with.

It is very important for children to learn how to deal with failure, in order to succeed in life and it’s a good idea for them to approach problems constructively  and to learn to be kind to the people around them. That is why we started out with this story: It was the first one that came to mind, the one that has left us with a lasting impression.

What is your favorite aspect of your app?

What I mostly liked is that we don’t just give out the moral of the story and show a spiteful fox. Aside from teaching the kids that envy is bad, we also added a feature where the child may choose whether to help the fox or not. The child is the one to decide whether the story has a happy ending or not. And he can create that happy ending by empathizing with the fox, despite his negative emotions. He can see beyond the attitude and set a good example for the fox, by helping him.

Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?

I’d like to thank you for accepting this review and allowing us to share this book with your readers.

I hope they will find our book to their liking, and if they do, I’d like to specify that we are planning to add some more brain games in the near future, since we believe exercising the mind at this age is just as important as teaching life lessons.

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