The Tooth That's On The Loose!

The Tooth That's On The Loose!


★★★ App featured by Sony on its new Android Tablet and eBook version featured by Apple in its iBookstore's children's category
★★★ Based on namesake children's book written & illustrated by Chris Robertson, an Emmy nominated storyboard artist & director for Nickelodeon's Hey Arnold! Fairly OddParents & CatDog shows & Fox Animation's Family Guy TV Series.

He's wiggly...He's wobbly...He's..."The Tooth that's on the Loose!"

Set in the Old West, "The Tooth that's on the Loose!" tells the story of the character T.B.Wiggly, who is a slippery, shifty little varmint. The legend is told in narrative fashion by an old coot named Sheriff Tex. It is a tall tale...just tall in a small way! So pull up your bootstraps, saddle up, and mosey on over partner and enjoy!

The book, narrated by author Chris Robertson, brings about a western feel, introducing many cowboy-like sayings.

Salient app features:
★ Content available in Read To Me and Touch & Read formats
★ Features many animations and touch-based interactions that complement the key educational concepts within the book
★Coloring activity enables kids to color a page within the book with paint brushes and color swatch. Once done, colored page can be saved to the photo library
★ Kids will enjoy exploring the hidden activities on each page that can be discovered by tapping!
★ Story includes cool sound effects that both kids & adults will enjoy

About the Author
Chris Robertson is a writer, illustrator, and animation storyboard artist living in California, with his wife, Stephanie, and their two sons, Carter and Benton. Chris first attended school at Lassen Elementary in the San Fernando Valley, where he was introduced to Curious George , Madeline , and Harry the Dirty Dog by the Bookmobile. Chris could tell, even at an early age, that children's books were going to be an important part of his life.

About Franklin Jr. Apps (http://www.franklinjr.net)
Franklin Jr. apps, inspired by Benjamin Franklin’s love for books, publishing and penmanship as well as his prolific inventiveness, develops fun, educational and interactive children’s muli-media book apps for Android and iOS.

★★★★★ Your 5-star app rating and reviews mean a great deal to us, they encourage us to keep enhancing our book apps.
Send us your feedback and support questions to [email protected]
★Friend us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/franklinJrapps and get best selling read aloud ebook for iPad - The Tale of Peter Rabbit for FREE!
★ Follow us on Twitter @franklinjrapps for updates

Recent changes:
Game added in activities
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User ratings
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File size
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About The Tooth That's On The Loose!
★★★ App featured by Sony on its new Android Tablet and eBook version featured by Apple in its iBookstore's children's category
★★★ Based on namesake children's book written & illustrated by Chris Robertson, an Emmy nominated storyboard artist & director for Nickelodeon's Hey Arnold! Fairly OddParents & CatDog shows & Fox Animation's Family Guy TV Series.

He's wiggly...He's wobbly...He's..."The Tooth that's on the Loose!"

Set in the Old West, "The Tooth that's on the Loose!" tells the story of the character T.B.Wiggly, who is a slippery, shifty little varmint. The legend is told in narrative fashion by an old coot named Sheriff Tex. It is a tall tale...just tall in a small way! So pull up your bootstraps, saddle up, and mosey on over partner and enjoy!

The book, narrated by author Chris Robertson, brings about a western feel, introducing many cowboy-like sayings.

Salient app features:
★ Content available in Read To Me and Touch & Read formats
★ Features many animations and touch-based interactions that complement the key educational concepts within the book
★Coloring activity enables kids to color a page within the book with paint brushes and color swatch. Once done, colored page can be saved to the photo library
★ Kids will enjoy exploring the hidden activities on each page that can be discovered by tapping!
★ Story includes cool sound effects that both kids & adults will enjoy

About the Author
Chris Robertson is a writer, illustrator, and animation storyboard artist living in California, with his wife, Stephanie, and their two sons, Carter and Benton. Chris first attended school at Lassen Elementary in the San Fernando Valley, where he was introduced to Curious George , Madeline , and Harry the Dirty Dog by the Bookmobile. Chris could tell, even at an early age, that children's books were going to be an important part of his life.

About Franklin Jr. Apps (http://www.franklinjr.net)
Franklin Jr. apps, inspired by Benjamin Franklin’s love for books, publishing and penmanship as well as his prolific inventiveness, develops fun, educational and interactive children’s muli-media book apps for Android and iOS.

★★★★★ Your 5-star app rating and reviews mean a great deal to us, they encourage us to keep enhancing our book apps.
Send us your feedback and support questions to [email protected]
★Friend us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/franklinJrapps and get best selling read aloud ebook for iPad - The Tale of Peter Rabbit for FREE!
★ Follow us on Twitter @franklinjrapps for updates

Recent changes:
Game added in activities

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A Google User
Dec 16, 2011
Loved that southern draaawl My 2 year old daughter just loved it. My 8 year read it out to her and showed her how to color. Very engaging.
A Google User
Dec 16, 2011
Loved that southern draaawl My 2 year old daughter just loved it. My 8 year read it out to her and showed her how to color. Very engaging.
Jagan
Dec 16, 2011
Loved that southern draaawl My 2 year old daughter just loved it. My 8 year read it out to her and showed her how to color. Very engaging.
A Google User
Dec 16, 2011
Fun tale
archie
Dec 16, 2011
Fun tale