Download Fergus Ferry apk 2 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 45.0 MB
The hugely popular Fergus Ferry stories now available for your Android Phone!
Take to the harbour with Fergus Ferry and all his friends as you and your children read the stories, play the game and explore Fergus' world.
This full version of the app offers hours of play, reading and entertainment featuring:
* All 24 Fergus Ferry stories with the original illustrations and all new reading fun. The stories are available in 2 modes: Read-Along where young readers can listen to the author, JW Noble, read the books aloud while the pages turn automatically, or 'Read-Myself' where children and their parents can read the stories themselves.
* 'Go! Fergus' Game where the reader can drive Fergus Ferry around the harbour to rescue people, save boats, scare off sharks and avoid crashes with other ferries. Designed for young readers, the game has simple touch controls, full voiceover instructions and lots of chances to earn points and get on the scoreboard.
* 'For Parents' information: JW Noble explains the origins of Fergus Ferry. He also gives a brief explanation of the themes of each of the stories, designed to help a little with teaching children some of the lessons that can help equip them for life.
* ‘For Teachers’ information: gives teachers talking points, themes and activities for each story.
* Voiceover and audio prompts: full voice over audio for stories, instructions and anywhere there is text for children, giving young and aspiring readers the help they need if their parents aren’t available.
SNOWBALL PRESS PTY LTD part of our Books & Reference and have average installs from 50 to 100. Last Update Dec. 12, 2013. Google play rating is 100.0. Current verison is 2. Actual size 45.0 MB.
<3 the App and the Books! We started with just the app, which is great. It is great for in the car. My kids can have the MANY Fergus Ferry books read to them, it keeps them entertained and peaceful (With three of them, that is a Godsend!) We just got the books also, and my five year old was able to pick one up and start reading it! She is generally a slow reader, so I know that some of it was just from memory, but there was definite word recognition there!