The Monster at the End of This Book
This is a classic book and the digital version only serves to enhance the experience for new, young readers. The program loads and runs flawlessly and the moment Grover pops up on the screen, kids are hooked. All of his humor, his familiar voice and silly antics get kids excited from the get go. There are instructions at the beginning of the book to help parents talk to their children about being afraid, this was welcomed by reviewers. Throughout the book, on every page there are items to interact with, tasks to accomplish like untying Grover’s knots, pulling down nailed up boards, knocking down a brick wall and more that really get kids involved in the story. Seeing this book come to life as Grover walks around the screen with his voice and word bubbles coming out of his mouth , and all of this set to music makes the original book seem every bit of its 30 years. If this is the future of kids books, then you will get no complaint from our testers.