Heroes of the City
Parent alert…. mommy alert….. There’s new product that my toddler and I was able to experience recently from the Heroes of the City collection. We were initially introduced to these awesome characters by way of a movie and toddler app a few months ago. In that, we discovered a new item that kept the attention of our little reader. It was colorful and nicely animated with lots of details and great depictions. The story lines were well put together and easy to follow. The transitions from scene to scene had excellent flow that made it that much easier to keep the attention of the baby. In our newest review, I have to say that we absolutely love it. It has been another example of time well spent. I add that it’s sure to entice the senses and provide an educational distraction for your baby, while you sit back and admire the interest that they show.
The moment I downloaded the baby app for my little Prince, he went straight to a character he has become acquainted with. Paulie Police car. He received another collector’s car for his collection and he has been talking non-stop about the amazing adventures of Paulie as well as Calamity Crow. One of his favorites seem to still be Calamity Crow. Perhaps because Calamity’s misfortune and unlucky stroke of life, leads him into the presence of some pretty awesome heroes. Who wouldn’t want his luck?
If you are looking for something new to add to your resource room at your kids palace, or just something fun for your baby to do while you get some reading in or catching up on chores; I recommend this app as well as the book and movie. Feel comfortable knowing that your child is in good company of the Heroes of the City.
Apps can be found at:
The app is totally free, without advertising and has no in-app purchase. Everything in this app is especially designed for the youngest children.
Recommendation from our play room, to yours. I give this five stars!!
Niedria D. Kenny
The D, is for Deon - same name as my son. The only child AKA Prince Cornelius; he's the Prince in "Prince Cornelius and his Magical Friends" a book dedicated to the life and growth of my child.