We all have our own special children’s books. Whether it’s a friendly dog named Biscuit, a rabbit named Peter, or a corduroy bear, these books not only helped us develop our reading skills, but also broadened our horizons. Without these stories, many of us wouldn’t be the people we are today. However, our children of the next generation may be reading books in new ways!
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Penguin Random House has just released a number of Beatrix Potter stories on their new augmented reality platform. Along with The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck, and The Tale of Benjamin Bunny are all of the titles so far available on the new application called Bookful.
An Israeli content creator, Inception has partnered with Penguin Random House. The latter has helped Inception in reaching out to various publishers and authors in order to produce even more digital content. This partnership will prove to be highly beneficial in turning our favorite stories in to fully immersive and realistic environments for us to explore and play with.
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Bookful offers readers to not only practice reading on popular stories, but also allows users to “play” with their chosen story. With this new option, users are able to interact with their beloved characters and further immerse themselves in the unique story. Full visuals are able to be displayed accompanied with actions and options to progress stories. For more news on any possible new releases, be sure to download the Bookful app.
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