Summary: Stories are dark and involve the killing of a pet by a mean man. Not suitable for children and a waste of money since it will never be watched again. Should have used traditional stories. I would give it no stars since it was a waste of money and bad experience for my child.
Summary: My youngest son, he is 54 and he lives with us (that's ok, we love him), well, he loves this so much! He told me something about a dog is in here. So go ahead and buy it. My son reccomends it. He is 54.
Great games, but stories not appropriate for 3-5 year olds.
Laurie Geodakov, Amazon
25 November 2008
Summary: Most of the games are the same between 1, 2, and 3 - only the stories change. You can't save anything from session to session. She is not thrown off by the inappropriate asian symbols that are sprinkled throughout, or oddly-placed back/next buttons, though I wondered why these things weren't fixed when they localized for the US market. My 4-year-old loves the coloring book and free-coloring - these features sold me on the first Interactive Storybook when she was 3.
Summary: I bought this game for my three year old because it said for ages 3-6. She enjoyed the coloring and the piano. But I was highly upset when she listened to a story on it about a dog being killed and buried by a mean man! I can't believe they are selling this game for preschoolers! I took it back to Best Buy and they had no clue about the story. Beware!