Treasure For All: The Adventures Of Napkin Man E-Book



In this interactive e-book for preschoolers, Benny and Winston are getting angry with each other because they want to play with the same toy. Mister Anthony tells them the story of how Napkin Man helped Pirate Bart and Pirate Morgan learn to share. Users help Pirate Bart and Pirate Morgan find the treasure together and share the treasure in delightful ways.

The e-book feature games, songs, and activities that enable young readers to help Napkin Man and his friends Pirate Bart and Pirate Morgan work through the issues and emotions featured in this tale.

Share the experience with your child by choosing the Read to Me option, and listen as the story is narrated by Mister Anthony (voiced by Yannick Bisson). Or read the book to your child by selecting the Read by Myself option and watch as your child enjoys exploring the story and animations on each page.

This e-book is based on the television series The Adventures of Napkin Man! Airing on CBC Kids, the series has been embraced by educators and child development experts for its unique and innovative approach to the social and emotional challenges of early childhood.


  • CBC Kids trusted quality content for children
  • Award winning character
  • No in-app purchases
  • Ad-free
  • “Read to me” and “read to myself” options

Made for ages 5 and under.


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