Interactive Fairy Tales for the iPhone, iPod and iPad

Do you want to entertain the little ones with quality literature? These fairy tales will do just that. It is interactive. I use the Magic Ink stories in my classroom. This series has been successful for the reader and non-reader in my class. I’ve selected screenshots that I thought would help show you how interactive it is. The free ones are good but you don’t get to finish the stories. It’s a great to find out which stories are a hit with out spending the money.

The students enjoyed touching the screen and wiping away the gray tone picture and seeing a beautiful color picture revealed. Touch various part of the picture and the picture comes to life.




There is talking, singing, twinkling and other things happening on screen. I searched and searched for Magic Ink for Android but was not available

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The Princess and the Pea – An Interactive Children’s Story Book HD
By TabTale LTD
3.5 STARS out of 5

The is a beautifully illustrated story book. With tons to do after you read the story.

The fairy tale that let's you become a princess by sleeping 20 mattresses and if you felt the pea that was hidden under the mattress you are a princess. Pictures to color, graphics to matching and puzzles to complete.

FREE Version: -  iPhone  |  iPad

FREE Version: - Android



The Little Mermaid’s Surprise
By Magic Ink Books
3.5 STARS out of 5


Meet Hans Christian Anderson’s fairy tale princess, the Little Mermaid and her friends in this free version. You can choose either: Read It Myself or have a narrator Read to Me. Wipe the screen and see the next page appear in color. Listen to the sounds of the sea. Hear the Little Mermaid talk to you. Did you know The Little Mermaid was written as a ballet? It was first published in 1837 as a fairy tale.

FREE Version: - iPhone  |  iPod  |  iPad



Magic Ink - The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
By Magic Ink Books
3.5 STARS out of 5


The classic tale of Dorothy, Toto and all her friends. Read along as they journey to the Magical Land of Oz. Not only is the screen magical with revealing pictures but tap the different objects on the screen. There is a little magic right under your finger tips. Watch what Toto does on each color screen when you tap him. In 1900 L. Frank Baum titled his children’s novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Did you know that Dorothy’s last name is Gale and that his wife’s maiden name was Gale?<br><br> The free version just makes you want the paid version. Thank goodness the price is reasonable.

FREE Version: - iPhone  |  iPod  |  iPad

PAID Version: - iPhone  |  iPod  |  iPad



Magic Ink -The Night Before Christmas
By Magic Ink Books
3.5 STARS out of 5


You are able to experience The Night Before Christmas in a way you have never experienced it. In this version you can choose to have a male or female narrator read for you.

Did you know that this is a poem, not a fairy tale was first called the A Visit from St. Nicholas was written by Clement Clarke Moore in 1822?

Here you will be able to find caroling mice on every color page. Tap them and of course they sing a Christmas tune. The paid version of course has more fun pages to complete the poem.


FREE Version: - iPhone  |  iPod  |  iPad

PAID Version: - iPhone  |  iPod  |  iPad



Cinderella - Magic Ink Books
By Magic Ink Books
4 STARS out of 5

Like all the other Magic Ink fairy tales in the series, sweep away the gray tones and listen to the tale of Cinderella, read the story by themselves or read together with an adult. Whichever way you choose the results will be entertaining and educational for your child.

What interesting facts are there about this story? The story was first publish in France in 1697 by Charles Perrault. There are thousand of variations throughout the world. But the story is usually of an unfortunate young woman who through some magic changes her circumstance for the better and Lives Happily Ever After.

FREE Version:



Tinker Bell & Friends
By Magic Ink Books
4 STARS out of 5


Tinker Bell & Friends another fun and fascinating interactive book. Like the others it is an easy to use pages of stories and bright coloration of pages. Did you know, Tinker Bell also spelled as Tinkerbell comes from the imagination of J. M. Barrie’s play from 1904 called Peter Pan? She was a common fairy and a supporting role but Disney’s animation of the character has made her a lead character of all the fairy family. See in this story book how she plays with her friends.

FREE Version: - iPhone  |  iPod  |  iPad






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