Number #1 Books Augmented Reality For Children

Angel’s Awesome Books is a top augmented reality children’s book publishing company. Their voice-recorded children’s books are equipped with sound effects and animation that educate children in a fun and unique way. Today they announced the release of their “Alphabet Book” with augmented reality. The Alphabet Book is made to offer children with a learning experience that is exciting and engaging.

” We knew that our Angel’s Awesome Alphabet Book was unique, but we never expected the reaction we got from our readers. Our Alphabet Book has received rave reviews from parents, teachers, and a course the small children,” said Angelique Marshall, creator of the Alphabet Book. “Our Alphabet Book helps kids with developmental challenges, including autism, and speech delays, by presenting alphabet letters in an engaging format.”

The characters on each page of the Alphabet book are animated by means of our AR App. The characters pronounce each letter plainly, accompanied by various sound effects giving each page a totally different, remarkable experience. Aside from learning the alphabet, children can practice their reading and writing skills on the blanket pages in the back of the book.

About Angels-AwesomeBooks. com: Our work aspires to create an awesome storybook that brings the alphabet letters to life for young readers. Our book will teach youngsters the alphabet with straightforward, easy-to-understand stories, with bright illustrations of each letter. Utilizing augmented reality technology to bring sound effects and narration to each letter, this book will ignite the imagination of young readers.

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