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Buddy the Bus #2: A Scary Night

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Get ready to enjoy another adventure with Buddy, everyone’s favorite big city bus!

In this children’s story the second in the book series, Buddy gets caught in a thunder storm on his way back to the bus garage, and with the help of a friend, learns that scary things aren’t always as scary as they may seem.

Buddy will keep story time fun, educational and interactive for the kids with:

- The iPhone option to record your own voice — for a completely personalized storytelling experience.

- Optional on-screen text view — so you can choose to listen to the story with or without text on the screen.

- Bright, full color illustrations — bring Buddy and his friends to life.

- 5 languages to choose from – English, French, German, Chinese, Spanish.

- An easy-to-use interface that lets you quickly jump to any page in the book by tapping on the page number.

What People Are Saying About Buddy:

“WOW!!! I can even record my own voice & let the kids “hear me” read while I cook! Wonderful!

“GREAT!!! My two year old loves it! Easy to record your own voice. Wish there were more!!!”

“Very cool!” Ok, I have never written a review, but I had to do this one!!! Very nice art quality, and the ability to record your voice is wonderful. Easy to use, straightforward.”

***Customer reviews are for Buddy the Bus #1: There’s Always Tomorrow, the first story in the Buddy children’s book series. Search the iTunes Store for “Buddy the Bus” to get this story too.***

***Other Children's Book Apps to Enjoy***

Check out these other children's story apps:

- Buddy the Bus #1: There’s Always Tomorrow
- Sophia Wants To Be ... A Painter
- Warty the Witch and the Vanishing Voice

All are available now on iTunes.


To access German content, please be sure that you are connected to a network when you request German for the first time. After the audio content has successfully downloaded onto your device you no longer need a network connection to access the German content.