The stunning HD presentation Edsel McFarlan’s New Car’s art inspires awe
What parents need to know
Parents need to know that Edsel McFarlan’s New Car – Auracle is a 32-page book app based on the print book by Max Holechek with illustrations by Darrell Toland. The story involves a boy who loves cars and orders one from a catalog. After assembling the car and taking it around (to the dismay and wreckage of the town), Edsel and his car end up in the junkyard. After that, Edsel decides that instead of cars he loves space rockets, and the whole cycle starts again. There are three reading modes, so kids can control the pace and narration, and when kids tap on objects in the illustration, the word for that object pops up and is spoken (e.g., “car part”). An in-app purchase of $.99 adds an audio recording tool, where adults can record themselves reading each of the pages, then choose their voice for the narration.
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