A Must-Get Interactive Book!

Just stumbled upon this because it’s not even officially launched yet. So, I hope it’s okay I am talking about it!

I really like Theo Presents and I’ve talked about that before. Now, they have come out with another GREAT resource, entertainment, fun, book, whatever you want to call it!! It’s an interactive book for your iPhone or iPad. I bought it and have played with it—my kids LOVE this stuff.

Here’s why I like it:

1. Right now it’s super inexpensive at .99! I’m sure the price will go up because quite frankly it’s that good!
2. More than the price, it’s a great quality experience for kids. That’s right! There are Christian companies who produce quality stuff. In fact, I would put this up against any non-Christian counterpart.
3. It’s user-friendly and easy to navigate. The surprises around every corner are fun!
4. It’s great for children of all ages because the book allows them to explore. It’s interactive and doesn’t tell the kids what to push, where or when. This is great because as they go through the story again and again, they discover new things.

I am looking forward to more of these types of resources for my family from Theo Presents. If Theo isn’t on your radar—put them there! I believe in what they do—quality entertainment/teaching for children and families. It’s great!!

Get the Theo Presents Abraham Story App HERE!



  1. Some of us don’t want ipads or iphones but we have other devices such as kindles or plain old fashion laptops, and we would like to enjoy your interactive downloads as well…will you help us out please?????

    1. I’m sure the team at Theo Presents would love to hear your thoughts about making their interactive books available on other devices. Check them out at http://theopresents.com and email them your thoughts or concerns. They’ve got a great group of guys and gals.

  2. The older generation

    With divorce rates skyrocketing amongbaby boomersand the idea of online dating becoming more alluring to the seniors (19 per cent admitted they’ve tried it at some point soon), It was only a matter of time before someone created very same to the modern day phenomenon that is Tinder.

    A reported 3 per cent of Tinder’s 50 million strong user base are between the ages 45 and 54, But professions an app with better odds of finding someone your age, Stitch may be the choice for you.

    There need to be an easier way to meet new companions, No matter how old you areThe app hopes to capitalise on the three in 10 baby boomers who are currently single and the half a million older people who will spend Christmas alone.

    Stitch is fashioned because “many mature adults told us that while they were fulfilled with mingle login family, efforts, And profits, There had been something missing in their lives.

    “a partner, a fellow worker, A buddy. We built Stitch because everybody company, it doesn’t their age is,

    stitch userDeborah,From a bunch of states, Said she you would spend over $3000 (1983) After her divorce on dating cyberspace sites: “With stitch, I feel like there is finally some thing is made for someone seeking real companionship in their 60s, And not partnership. I’ve been waiting for something such as this for years,

    Rogo added that she was inspired to create the app after observing how seniors community operated in America: “People felt like they were a burden on their own families and that they were meant to be kind of just sit there and die.

    “grandparents are kind of seen as annoying, Or a burden or they’re far away and you never view them.

    “This is not the way you’re supposed to treat people that are dealing with a process that is inevitable,

    speaking to The Atlantic, Co originator added: “One of the inevitabilities of growing older is that your social circle eventually starts to shrink.

    “amigos die or move, love affairs break down. And many people find that illness can sometimes get in the way of doing those activities they love.

    “There could be an easier way to meet new companions, No matter your age. As our users said to us, ‘I kept trying online dating services because I didn’t have any other options.’ We’d live to be that other option,

    at the present time, Stitch has a global member list of 25,000 up from the 18,000 just the past month.

    similarly to Tinder, Stitch operates by presenting its members with supposedly well matched people, Allowing them selecting the deciding if they think they’re a match.

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