Summary: We loved this, it was a wonderful way to get the nightly reading done. Creative and ever changing stories. Kids did it for fun not because they had to do it. It became a competion between friends.
Summary: Not only is it interactive (child is asked, about once every 10 still pictures, to complete a task with the Wiimote), but it is flexible. Parents can choose to have the voice talent read the story or you can turn the option off and read the story for your child.
Summary: I loved the idea, but my 3-yr-old is totally bored by it. I'd rather just read him a story myself. Very little true interaction with this 'game'. Might be ok for kids whose parents don't read books to their kids regularly. I dunno? Stories are ok, though. Think of this like a book on tape.
Summary: My 2 and a half year old grandson was not very interested in this game. It is mostly just like hearing a story read to him which I do often anyway. The interactive aspect of the game was very minimal and he had no patience for it.
Summary: When we were looking for a new Wii game for our daughter we ran across this game. It got such rave reviews we decided to get it since she loves stories. I must say part of me did question if it would be good for a girl given the picture of the dad and son on the cover.
Summary: Unbelievably bad. I mean really, really bad. So slow that it makes the British track team look like gold medal candidates - It couldn't be less responsive unless it was my missus on an amorous evening!