When it comes to LeapFrog, there is a built in level of trust and admiration that parents have, which allows them to start each review period with a leg up. At the same time, with such a high starting bar, they must continue to reach and top those lofty expectations. Which brings us to LeapStart, a learning system for children as young as preschoolers and lasting through 1st grade. This unit itself is shaped like a hard briefcase with a handle. It opens and lies flat, so a LeapStart lesson book can be snapped into the middle. On the side is a giant stylus pen that is great for little hands to hold onto. On every page of every book, children will find a different selection, such as games, songs, and fun facts. Children can also tap anywhere on the page with their stylus and whatever they press comes to life with sounds and information. The library of content beings with preschool books then progresses all the way to vocabulary, fractions, and problem solving. Everything about this system impressed testers especially how it really does make learning fun. At a suggested price of $39.99 parents once again felt great bestowing glowing scores and comments for LeapFrog.