Description

Curl up with CBC Kids' Story Corner and turn reading into an educational adventure for the whole family. Choose an interactive picture book from our virtual shelf and explore the stories together!

There are lots of surprises to reveal on every page as kids tap, swipe and touch characters and backgrounds to trigger funny sounds and sweet animations. And when you’re done, kids can go back through and personalize the story and save it to read again later. Encourage reading skills, inspire imaginations and spend more time together as a family with CBC Kids' Story Corner.

Story Overviews

I Love Fall
Buster the Bear loves Fall. Come along with Buster and his friends on a trip through some seasonal fun including apple picking, Thanksgiving, hockey and Halloween!

The Yawn Chairs
The weather is warming up and snowmen are melting all around over the city! Can the Yawn Chair secret agents save the day? With a bit of science and help from readers, they just might.

Features

  • CBC Kids trusted quality content for children
  • No in-app purchases
  • Simple, easy-to-use interface
  • Ad-free
  • Interactive picture book
  • Colourful unique illustrations and imagery
  • Personalize and save your own story
  • Create and save your own bookshelf
  • New seasonal stories coming soon

Made for ages 5 and under.

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