Little Stories: Bedtime Books

Little Stories: Bedtime Books

By Diveo Media

  • Category: Book
  • Release Date: 2015-08-07
  • Current Version: 3.17.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 158.16 MB
  • Developer: Diveo Media
  • Compatibility: iOS 9.0+
Score: 4.64
4.64
From 17,608 Ratings

Description

The “Little Stories” series is a collection of fairy tales in which your kid plays the main role. It's quite simple – just enter your kid's name and gender into the settings window and enjoy reading fairy tales about your son or daughter. To make it even cooler, we've added beautiful melodies and wonderful pictures to help you raise your child by giving him or her only positive examples. Moreover, you can also make your own audiobooks! Just spend a few minutes to voice-over the story. Let love and kindness fill your family’s leisure time to make your life and the world around you happier! Why “Little Stories”? • 1500+ pictures • Gender determines the choice of illustrations • 37 exciting fairy tales so far and more to come • Enchanting music accompanies each story • You can create audiobooks by recording your own voice! • 1st place in the “Entertainment” category of Rating Runet in 2018! • 1st place in the “App For Kids” category of Golden App in 2016! • 3rd place in the “Entertainment” category of Golden App in 2017! We’d like to tell you more about the process behind creating stories for kids so that you have a better idea about the hard work we put into “Little Stories”. 1) It all begins with searching for an author. He/she can live in any country of the world, but the important thing is that he/she is able to create an interesting and insightful story. Before writing a bedtime story, the author has to read the conditions first. For example, the story may not contain more than 50 scenes (each of which can consist of 146 symbols max.) otherwise the text won’t fit into the app. Once the story has been completed, the next stage can begin. 2) It is now time to create the storyboard. A storyboard is a selection of simple sketches for each of the illustrations of the story. It gives us a better idea about the visual images of the children’s story. 3) Once the storyboard has been approved, we move on to searching for an illustrator. It should be noted that not all styles might be appropriate for a certain bedtime story and, therefore, it’s important to achieve a perfect fit between the story and the illustration style. 4) Meanwhile, the composer creates the melody. Both the story itself and the artist’s illustrations serve as inspiration for the creation of music. The composer also has conditions to meet: the melody must be soothing and prepare children for a good night’s sleep since most often stories are read for bedtime. 5) What’s more, we also translate our stories for kids into other languages. 6) But that’s not the end! It’s important to see how the book for kids looks inside the app. Line breaks should be checked to make sure the text looks nice and neat. This is done by two professionals: the programmer and the tester. 7) Only after this final step do we release the story for kids. This entire process might take anywhere from two to nine months. So, it’s a hard, but interesting, journey! We continuously add new fairy tales to our collection! Fairy tales are designed for kids aged 3+. Follow us on: facebook.com/diveomedia

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Reviews

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1
I don’t like it
By jrhrgwegetrj

One star

1
This will not let me delete it
By jxjsjxnx

Best story reading to toddlers

5
My granddaughters just love hearing their name in these stories. And you can change the name for who ever you're reading the story to. Just love this
By Rjrenn

Beware

1
Said we had a three day trial, we couldn’t get it to work and then started to charge us for full year so we switched it to monthly and there is now way to figure this out thru the app. Making it very tricky for parents. Beware.
By Ecubola

Boring

3
This is so boring you can only read one book unless you pay and I do not want to pay this is a useless app do not get this app please I am warning you and if you do download the app. Be prepared because you have to read the same book over and over again. Have a lovely morning or afternoon bye! :3 c:
By hdjjdjejeieoe

Glitchy

1
I’ve been paying for this app for months and it never allows me to download any of the books except for 1
By BonnielWood

Disappointed

1
All of the stories I paid for last year have been deleted! They were read to my daughter by her grandparents and people she cared about. I already paid for this once, why is it asking me for more money? Highly disappointed in this app. Just know if you purchase it next year everything from the previous year will be wiped out.
By ivyride

Add option for more than one child profile

4
This would be perfect if you could have different profiles within the app for each child’s name. I don’t want to put more than one child’s name in each story…I understand that would change the story and make things more complicated. I want the ability to have a profile for more than one child….then I could change the gender and have each of my children have their own profile within the app! Each kid could open up their individual profile on their individual device and listen to my voice reading the version of the story with their own name in it! That would make this app 5 stars and worth the full price.
By mamamamamir

Great app

5
Great stories for toddlers, amazing illustrations.
By plkmnhgvbftyggddfgbnjjyfd

Love it! But one problem 🥺

5
When I open a book called don’t (something) your nose. My name is AmiraAmiraAmira. But that isn’t my name! And there are many spelling errors in the book. It’s still going on too this day. Otherwise, I love it! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️💙💙💙💙💙!!!!!!!!! Edit: just read the dev response. Ty for taking action instead of just letting it sit.
By sophie rose a