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Your child’s imagination will soar with this magical storytelling app! Rich interactive experiences they’ll return to time and time again!

Jamie Lee Curtis’ beloved book has been re-imagined and transformed into a breathtaking interactive experience that lets you follow a balloon on its imaginary journey after it’s accidentally released from a little boy’s grasp.

This app has been specifically designed to provide hour after hour of entertainment and creative play. Highlights include the chance to:

★ Create your own animated movies in the Balloon Theater: Your creativity’s in the spotlight as you build your own balloon characters (you can even use your own picture!), record dialog and enact scenes.

★ Clown around by creating your own balloon animals: “inflate” virtual balloons then swipe the screen to twist and turn them into fun shapes.

★ Have a giggle-fit listening to a funny “helium version” of your voice! (try singing your child’s favorite song and playing it back: guaranteed laughs!)

★ Send hand-written e-postcards to your friends and family as you join the missing balloon on vacation.

★ Make over 200 balloons sway in time to the music at the “Big Balloon Dance” (can you find them all?)

★ Use a virtual fan to blow the balloons around, play with your food at the balloon dinner-table, connect-the-dots to create new constellations in space, and much, much more!

★ There are literally HUNDREDS of interactions built into the app, creating a fresh experience each time!

Amidst all the fun, kids will be learning too – building valuable literacy skills thanks to the following reading options:

★ Listen to the story, narrated by Jamie Lee Curtis herself, while the text is displayed “Karaoke-style” (each word is highlighted as it’s read)

★ Touch a word on the page to highlight it and hear it spoken aloud.

Want to see more? Copy and paste this link to see our bonus YouTube video – a tour of the app’s features from Jamie Lee herself!: bit.ly/vibal2

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