Interactive Children’s Encyclopedia Exploring the Natural World
With Little Mouse’s Encyclopedia, an app for iOS or Android by Circus Atos, children can join Little Mouse on her journey to explore the fascinating world of nature. Together they will learn about more than 160 species of animals and plants in their natural habitats while feasting their eyes on a set of charmingly painted forests, waters, and gardens. The app has easy and intuitive controls for children aged 4 and above, and is available in English and 16 other languages. Cost: $4.99
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