Read, play, and learn with Daniel Tiger’s Storybooks – a collection of favorite stories from Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood!
The Daniel Tiger’s Storybooks app offers a library of interactive stories narrated by Daniel Tiger. The stories show Daniel learning little life lessons, like sharing with friends and being a helper. Each book, available in English and Spanish, includes a familiar song, charming animations, and a simple game to encourage children to play about the theme of the story.
-5 Interactive Storybooks: Big Brother Daniel, Daniel Shares His Tigertastic Car, Daniel and His Friends, Daniel’s Babysitter, and Neighborhood Clean Up
-2 Reading Modes: With the narration on, Daniel Tiger reads the books and children can follow the highlighted text to help develop beginning reading skills. You can turn the narration off to read the book or tell the story yourselves.
-Familiar songs from Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, including “Grownups come back” and “Clean up, pick up, put away, clean up every day.”
-Simple games at the end of each storybook, like helping Mom Tiger with Baby Margaret and playing peekaboo with Daniel and Tigey.
-Talking Tips are available for parents to help relate Daniel’s stories to your child’s everyday life.
-Available in English and Spanish
-More stories coming soon
Daniel Tiger’s Storybooks gives families a fun way to read, sing, and talk together. Research shows that children learn more when a parent or caregiver reads and talks with them about the story. Reading together also helps start conversations between kids and parents – and sets the foundation for a lifelong love of reading.
Daniel Tiger’s Storybooks is based on the hit PBS KIDS series Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, produced by The Fred Rogers Company.
For more family fun with Daniel Tiger, visit pbskids.org/daniel
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