The Mighty League Storybook {APP Review & Giveaway}

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The Mighty League, Vol. 1: The Terrible Taunting Storybook APP

DESCRIPTION: The adorkable JMan and his plucky hedgehog sidekick, Mr. Redge are the unstoppable, secret superhero team who save a classmate from the poking pranks of Dr. Evil Touch! Join this quirky duo on their quest to stop a bully, make the school playground a peaceful place, and more importantly, make a new friend who likes crime fighting, capes and karate, too. Discover JMan's hidden notebook on each page about what it's like to be an Aspie.

ABOUT THIS APP: This INTERACTIVE storybook app is based on the real JMan, Jonathan Murphy, and his REAL LIFE adventures growing up with ASPERGER'S SYNDROME. Written by his sister, Molly Murphy, and narrated by Jonathan, the story is told by someone who sees his world from a very unique perspective. It promotes SELF-ACCEPTANCE, AWARENESS, and an UNDERSTANDING for others who are different.

AGES 5 - 11

SPECIAL FEATURES

You can change the superhero, JMan, into super-heroine, Jaycee. 

- Touch Mr. Redge on every page and a SECRET NOTEBOOK pops up with age-appropriate information on Aspergers Syndrome, being different, and bullying.

- Over 70 INTERACTIVE SOUNDS AND ANIMATIONS ---including capes waving, speech bubbles, character movements, and more.

- Original "I'm Unique, I'm a GeekTHEME SONG by award-winning children's performing artist, AndyZ.

Easy to use navigation, customization, and page turning effects.

- Narration with word highlighting, self-read, or record your own narration options.

This app reads as a story on your phone.  It is very colorful, has great graphics and is very easy to navigate (even for children).  The app is interactive, with built-in animations and narration.  You can change the character from a boy to a girl character and even record your own voice instead (that is such a cool feature)  There are bubbles along the way that your child can click on to hear special conversations.

Bullying has become such a big problem in our culture and it can happen to anyone but children with special needs such as Aspergers Syndrome are at greater risk. The secret notebook that is included in the app is full of information about Aspergers Syndrome and can help children see what being an Aspie child is like.  The story highlights a child's day where he encounters bullies and how he deals with it, the story is very entertaining and interactive.  It will keep your child's attention, especially the younger ones!   This app is not only good for the child being bullied but also encourages other kids to have a better understanding and awareness of children with special needs!

You can find out more about the app and buy it for $3.99 by CLICKING HERE!

Blessings,

Angela, Mom With Heart

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Angela Richter

Angela Richter is a wife to her best friend of 20 years and mother to three! She is the author of Together with Family where she writes about finding ways to connect with your family on a deeper level! She is passionate about intentional parenting and marriage and loves to share practical ways to make family life better! She loves anything regarding homeschooling, writing, reading great books and scrapbooking! She lives in the Northern part of the Bluegrass state and is a Kentucky girl through and through! You can find her on facebook, twitter, and pinterest!