Book Apps | Perrette and the Pot of Milk
This is an amazing book app for kids! Parents who desire to teach, or just introduce, another language will be pleased! It’s a great tale of a young girl with many dreams. The app is the only one we have seen that lets you switch to another language on every page! How easy that make it when you can read the page in your native language and tap a button for 3 more!
You can wait until you tap the objects and then experiment by seeing and hearing them in other languages. This would be a great app for teachers of young kids. The graphics, narration, and interaction are of the highest quality.
This app is presented to us by My Perrette
Perrette in English!
Perrette in 4 Languages Per Page!
Perrette in Arabic!
Perrette in French!
Perrette in Spanish!
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?
I am a mother to three children and I am passionate about teaching my kids a second and third language, as I was taught since the age of 3. When I started looking for a bedtime story that would arouse my children linguistic curiosity, I found many but couldn’t find one with a multilingual character that my kids could identify to and make them feel that language isn’t after all some kind of an afternoon time out. So I decided to create one myself, and Perrette came smiling in my restless imagination.
What is your favorite aspect of your app?
Perrette’s character , the translator feature for each of the illustrations and the morale of the story .
Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?
Believe in your dreams and never give up on them. That’s the most important part.
I had a protruding 7 months pregnant belly when I had the idea for Perrette’s story, and I started working on it the day before my C-section was scheduled…. It is only because I believed in “Perrette”, that she came to life 🙂