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Price Stern Sloan
Mr. Grumpy is in a BAD mood--until he gets a visit from Mr. Tickle.
About the author:
Roger Hargreaves was born in 1935 in Cleckheaton, Yorkshire, England. He drew the very first Mr. Men character, Mr. Tickle, when his son Adam asked him what a tickle looked like. At the time of his death in 1988 he had sold an estimated 85 million books in fifteen languages. His son Adam has since taken over writing and illustrating the Mr. Men and Little Miss books.
About Iceberg Kids
Iceberg Kids revolutionizes the children’s book experience, bringing the magic and wonder of reading to an exciting new digital space. The perfect answer to bedtime, long car rides or learning to read.
Record your own Audio Book: Makes it easy to make a book your own with the ability to add your own voice to the book. Features a intuitive interface that makes the recording process a snap, perfect for kids and grownups too.
Progressive Page Flow: Move along each illustration in tandem with the story, transforming big stories for small screens.
Image Exploration: Pinch & Zoom your way through close up explorations of crisp, clear images that leap off the screen.
Visual Table of Contents: Jump easily back and forth to your favorite part of the story, or resume reading where you left off.
Auto Read: Tap the audio button to hear the story read aloud – or record in your own voice. Create a great digital legacy for a child or grandchild.
About the publisher:
Price Stern Sloan is an imprint of Penguin Group (USA) that produces quirky, unique books. PSS! publishes novelty, paperback, and hardcover titles, including Mad Libs, Mr. Men and Little Miss, Wee Sing, artist Ed Heck’s books, and movie tie-in books.
ScrollMotion, creator of the Iceberg Reader and Iceberg Kids, is a content technology company based in downtown New York City. For more information, visit www.scrollmotion.com.
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