We are excited for families all over the world to be able to read and interact with these stories in a whole new way.
New York, New York (PRWEB) February 25, 2013
Today PlayTales announced that it will launch two new titles, Penny Loves Pink by Cori Doerrfeld and Chamelia by Ethan Long, from Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, a division of Hachette Book Group.
PlayTales produces award winning mobile applications that feature high-quality interactive eBooks for children. PlayTales' eBooks are designed to inspire, educate, and entertain readers ages one to eight. Stories are available in eight different languages and new books are added to the PlayTales Bookshelf every week.
PlayTales CEO, Enrique Tapias, comments on the excitement surrounding the release of Penny Loves Pink and Chamelia this month, “We are delighted to be working with Little, Brown Books for Young Readers on their new children’s eBooks. Bringing these stories to life by digitizing them and adding interactive features has been a fantastic experience for PlayTales’ creative and tech teams. We are excited for families all over the world to be able to read and interact with these stories in a whole new way.”
PlayTales’ innovative design techniques and advanced publishing technology give users a one-of-a-kind reading experience on their smartphones and tablets. Penny Loves Pink is currently available for iOS and Android users worldwide. Chamelia is scheduled for release in March. Both titles are available in English and can be downloaded through the developer’s mobile app, PlayTales Bookstore, which is featured in Apple’s App Store and Google Play.
PlayTales is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Genera Interactive, an internationally based multi-platform mobile entertainment and utilities provider with offices in USA, UK, Spain, Romania, and China. Founded in 2010, PlayTales develops and distributes interactive playable storybooks for children within the world’s leading mobile bookstores. PlayTales applications can be downloaded through the iTunes App Store, Google Play, Amazon.com, Blackberry App World, Intel App Up, and Verizon V-Cast.