Danny Dimple Dares to Dream – Possibly the cutest kids app yet! (And a #giveaway)
Look, I know I’m biased. My genius brother-in-law is the brains and talent behind this app.
But seriously? Levi is in love with it. (And he has no idea that he “should” like Ben’s book.)
Danny Dimple Dares to Dream is about a little boy (with a cute Aussie accent!) who is dreaming of becoming a soccer star. It’s a fun, illustrated, interactive story (available for $2.99 for iPads and iPhones) that encourages kids to dream big and follow after the things that they love. (It also has great, non-annoying music. Friends, you know how important that is when your kids want to watch something over and over, right?!)
The way Danny Dimple came about is so inspiring. In Ben’s words:
“As I read my little boy stories every night at bedtime, I discovered that many of them, though fun and imaginative, were at the same time, unrealistic and not achievable for him, so, I started to make stories up about the things he could relate to – about the things he loved.
I became inspired to write a story that I could share with my kids that they can––with hard work, practice, and fun––strive to be all they want to be. Because as a Dad, I want nothing more than for my kids to be all that they can be, given the opportunity.”
Here’s a teaser video so you can see what the book app is like.
I’ve got seven copies of Danny Dimple Dares to Dream to give away. To enter, just leave a comment below, telling me what your son or daughter dreams of achieving when they grow up.
For additional entries, share this post on facebook, tweet about this giveaway, pin this giveaway, “like” the Danny Dimple facebook page, or ask your friends to “like” the Danny Dimple facebook page by posting the link to your own profile.
Enter as many times as you’d like for the next five days, leaving a comment here for each entry. I will draw the winners from the comments on this post early next week and announce them on the Mommyhood Memos facebook page.
Dear friends, thanks for helping me to get the word out about this adorable new book app and for helping me support this awesome family – Ben and Koronae Taylor – as they serve kids and families everywhere. Biased or not, I’m convinced you and your kids will really, really like it.
P.S. The app description says that kids 4+ will like it… but I think it should really say kids 2+. I could easily see most kids between 2 or 3 and 8 or 9 loving it.Pin It