My Black Dog Books Releases Interactive Children's Books - Witchemina for the iPad

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The digital publishing world is just starting to flourish and My Black Dog Books is paving the way providing rich interactive children's storybooks for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Their latest story, Witchemina for the iPad showcases the beauty of digital interactive children's books!

My Black Dog Books today announced that their latest book, Witchemina for the iPad is now available in the Apple App Store. Witchemina for the iPad is an interactive children’s book written and illustrated by Allison Keeme with an intriguing story line that includes over 40 pages of original storyline and imagery, animated interactions and 5 in-app puzzle games. Kids will also enjoy earning the 16 hidden achievements sprinkled throughout the book.

In Witchemina for the iPad, the reader can interact with the book to trigger animations. These interactions will provide additional insight into the characters and storyline. The book also includes a read-to-me option, 5 puzzle games, 2 original musical scores, over 40 pages of beautifully illustrated storyline, 16 achievements to earn, and a graphical book index.

“I’m extremely pleased with Witchemina for the iPad; I know that the reader will find it fun to read and that the many animated interactions will keep them coming back,” said Allison Keeme. “The large screens of the iPad really allowed the illustrations to pop. Readers will have fun discovering all the animated interactions in the book while helping Witchemina in her adventure.”

Witchemina for the iPad is now available for $2.99 in the U.S. and is priced accordingly in other regions. Witchemina for the iPad is available from Apple’s App Store for the iPad, or by visiting:

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My Black Dog Books is an independent publishing company based out of Tucson, Arizona and was formed in 2010 by Jeff and Allison Keeme for the purpose of creating fun, creative, and interactive children’s books for the next generation!


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