Magazine article USA TODAY

Read Me a Story ... Then Another and Another

Magazine article USA TODAY

Read Me a Story ... Then Another and Another

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Described as "the next best thing to a parent's lap," Story Reader, from Publications International, LTD, Lincolnwood, Ill., is an electronic storybook reader for kids aged three to eight. Children only are required to turn pages--neither button nor stylus is needed--making the device perfect for youngsters of any skill level. Moreover, with the new Sing-Along Books & Microphone Set accessory, children now can sing along with tunes that accompany their favorite stories. And the title catalogue just bulged to 45 thanks to the additions of SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora the Explorer, Blues Clues, and Winnie the Pooh.

The 25-page Nickelodeon titles (as well as Disney's Winnie the Pooh) feature graphic-rich content, beautiful illustrations, and large-format copy on each page, and are now available in a convenient and economical three-title pack.

* SpongeBob SquarePants Grand Prize Winner!--When Squidward is chosen to appear on Bikini Bottom's most popular television game show, SpongeBob ends up taking his place and winning the grand prize.

* Dora's Garden Adventure--Dora and trusty sidekick Boots embark on a great adventure through Frog Pond and Spooky Forest to help their friend Isa save her flowery garden.

* Blue's Perfect Picnic Spot--Joe packs for a picnic and follows Blue's Clues along the way to guess her perfect picnic spot.

* No Rumbly in Pooh's Tumbly--Pooh and friends Piglet and Rabbit embark on an "expotition" through the Hundred-Acre Wood to find the missing rumbly in Pooh's tumbly. …

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