New additions to the Sami Apps Digital Library

By July 26, 2017our apps, Uncategorized

This summer, Sami Apps incorporates new stories into the digital library. Four titles of Kerle the children’s label of the German publisher Herder.

These apps are part of the project Digital Library of Sami Apps. Within the Digital Library we find educational apps based on Fairy tales and Bedtime stories from different publishers. The app of each title includes the adaptation of the book in this new format, with a lively reading and interactive activities complementary for children.

We adapt the Reading for children so that they acquire the reading habit and develop the under-standing of these kids stories included in the Digital Library of Sami Apps.

Antonia & Ole –  First day in school


Antonia & Ole – first day in school is a lovely story working on hopes, fears, doubts entering school. Antonia & Ole soon will go to school, so they visit their school some days before and discover a lot of interesting things and have fun. The app also adds preschool activities like knowing and writing letters, numbers and quantities.

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Fritzi – A goat that went out to learn fear


Fritzi, a young goat, is different than the other goats: she never fears nothing. So one day she starts traveling to see the world and learn what is fear. What will happen in her journey? This is a encouraging app for kids to treat fear.

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Fitz – a very different bunny


Fitzs lives with his family of easter bunnies. But Fitz is different, he does not follow the old school work of easter bunnies. He is much better in other things. There will be a time when Fitz will prove his value.

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Message in a bottle


Message in a bottle is a lovely bedtime story about different cultures. See the bottle floating about the oceans, see different continents, oceans, cultures, languages, behaviors. An app for intercultural understanding with additional activities.

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Find out browsing the pages of these night night stories, looking at its pictures, enjoying its animations and hear native speakers in 7 languages (English, Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese, French, German, Italian). Your kids will love to add these apps to their bedtime stories.

But this doesn´t end here! Besides the fairy tale, these apps has interactive activities to keep playing and learning.

What will you find in our apps?

–    An entertaining reading for children enriched with sounds and activities (Bed time stories)

–    Children can color each of the characters in this funny Fairy tale (kids paint)

–    Complete the Puzzles of this children’s story (kids puzzle)

–    Record your own bed time stories with your voice. Are you going on vacation to see the grandparents and want to have the version recorded with their voices? Don´t miss the section where you can record the story with different voices! (fairy tales, bedtime stories)

–    Know more about the story and the characters: each tells us different curiosities (infant games)

–    Choose your own story: select two characters and invent your own fairy tale based on the illustrations of the app (bed time stories)

Parents may read these bed time stories to your kids or enjoy together narrating of fairy tale.

These apps are produced and created entirely by Sami Apps.

With this project created by Sami Apps (Award winning of El Chupete 2015 the best children’s application, of the Academic’s Choice Awards 2016, and the The best Mobile App Awards 2016), we grow our family of educational applications. A new project born from the collaboration of Sami Apps with children’s publishers, and with the support of the General Directorate of the Linguistic Policy and the Secretariat d’Afers Exteriors of the Government of Catalonia.