A wondeful story containing a moral without pointing with one's finger at the kids.
This lovely illustrated storybook is about a boy who's is wondering where the Lorax has gone. He asks the Once-ler who tells him his story: A long time ago the Once-ler discovers a beautiful land with silky trees. He decides to cut these trees, he builds a fabric and his empire becomes bigger and bigger. The Lorax is trying to protect his homeland and tells the Once-ler about the negative concesquences of his expansion. But the Once-ler won't listen. The Lorax and his friends decide to leave their homeplace. This is a lovely illustrated storybook with a moral, indeed these is not presented with a pointing finger at one. There are three modes to play: reading by yourself, reading it to me or auto play. Touching single objects starts to flash up their names and tells them to your child. When listening to the narrator, the text is colored blue so that your child can follow the reading progress. Auto play is a kind of movie, so your child does not need to swipe the screen to turn the page. Unfortunately there are some technical problems: When touching one of the illustrated figures for the first time the name won't be said out loud.