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Storypanda Digital Publishing inks deal for VeggieTales

Storypanda Digital Publishing has entered into an agreement with Big Idea Entertainment, a subsidiary of DreamWorks Animation, to bring the entire Veggiecational book catalog from VeggieTales to the iPad.
January 17, 2014

Storypanda Digital Publishing has entered into an agreement with Big Idea Entertainment, a subsidiary of DreamWorks Animation, to bring the entire Veggiecational book catalog from VeggieTales to the iPad using Storypanda’s interactive storytelling system.

The collection includes five educational titles, covering the subjects of the alphabet, numbers, colors, shapes and telling time, all within the VeggieTales bookshelf app. The first three books in the series released on the iPad by Storypanda are VeggieTales: Bob and Larry’s ABC’s, Junior’s Colors and How Many Veggies?

The Storypanda team has adapted the VeggieTales series to allow kids to change elements of the books as they read, create and share each story. They can swap in different fonts, colors, characters, and props to create new and engaging stories that enrich the learning process.

The agreement is the second large-scale publishing collaboration Storypanda has entered into in recent weeks. They recently announced an agreement with Peanuts Worldwide  to produce a series of titles within their proprietary story delivery system.

Currently, Bob and Larry’s ABC’s, Junior’s Colors and How Many Veggies?  are for sale for US$2.99 each by downloading them from the iTunes Store on the iPad. All five books will be available in a VeggieTales bookshelf app in Spring 2014.

About The Author
Gary Rusak is a freelance writer based in Toronto. He has covered the kids entertainment industry for the last decade with a special interest in licensing, retail and consumer products. You can reach him at garyrusak@gmail.com

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