Mums launch musical e-book for charity

Mums launch musical e-book and help raise funds for charityTreehouse-app-280

In our digital age, tiny tots can teach us a thing or two about technology, so keeping our tech-savvy tots entertained is quite a challenge, with new apps out every day.

A recent launch from two mums is a musical e-book iPad app, The Treehouse at Number 9, which tells a story of a group of 'genies'. Each member of the gang have differences in their abilities and the rhyming story shows their adventures of having fun along the way. The rhyming story shows their adventures and them having lots of fun together.

Perhaps what makes this app different, is a Donate button - that goes straight to the Genetic Disorders UK site, a charity close to the heart of author Sara Jackson. While there is no obligation to donate, readers are encouraged to take a look around to see how the charity are helping many others affected by conditions just like the Genies Gang.

Find out more about the app here

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