HAMBURG, Germany--()--CARLSEN, one of Germany’s biggest children’s and YA book publishers, has released the first app by the multi-award winning illustrator Jutta Bauer.
Many young readers love Jutta Bauer’s inimitable picture books about the life of the small bear Emma. Now the best bear friend for little ones is available as an iPhone and iPad app for children aged four and above.
Thanks to the endearing Emma, this simply and warmly designed app plays closely to children’s everyday lives and surprises readers with a host of animations and funny illustrative sounds.
Each scene interactively unfolds as children tap the screen to create their own stories. Short, catchy rhymes encourage them to join in.
The app is designed for both the iPad and iPhone.
A summary of the app’s special features:
- High-quality illustrations by Jutta Bauer
- More than 80 surprising and diverse animations
- Over 100 funny, illustrative sounds
- Interactive scene development
- 2 minigames
- iPad 3-optimized high-resolution graphics
Price & Availability
Emma by Jutta Bauer is available for the iPhone and iPad for $3.99 from the App Store.
About Jutta Bauer
Jutta Bauer was born in 1955. Her picture books have been translated into many languages and have received worldwide attention. In 2009, she received a German Children's Literature Award lifetime achievement award. In 2010, she was awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Award. She is now pursuing digital channels with her first app.
About Carlsen Verlag
Carlsen Verlag is a part of the Swedish Bonnier Group. Its extensive catalog makes it one of Germany’s leading publishers of children’s and YA books, as well as of comics, manga, graphic novels, and humor and gift books.
Books at Carlsen are made with passion for readers who want to discover the world and for parents who value their children’s enjoyment in discovering the written word.
Carlsen’s high-quality content has also been available on the digital market for some years: Over 700 e-books and digital comic books and more than 50 apps demonstrate its catalog’s breadth. Carlsen also publishes for the English language market: Its Emma app joins its numerous English apps on the App Store.