Developer: The Story Home
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The Story Home is celebrating Mother’s Day and Teachers week by lowering the price of their audio storytelling iPhone and iPad apps by $1.00, as well as offering a buy one story, get one free on The Story Home website using coupon code: MDAY2. The sale starts May 9th and will go thru May 14th.
The Story Home has been creating quality children’s audio stories, both classic and original, since 2007 and is recommended as an “Outstanding Website for Children” by the American Library Association. ‘The Story Home’s charming tales have fans all over the world, and can boast close to 2 million downloads.
“What makes our stories truly unique is our storyteller and author, Alan Scofield. His soothing voice and magical charm beguile the listener’s imagination, opening realms of enchantment” says Sharon Rogan, co-creator and CEO. “Both classic and original stories are given that personal touch found only in the rarest of storytellers.”
As one mother wrote: “God bless you and The Story Home family for bringing your collective talents together to bring peace, happiness and joy for children and adults alike… Thank you and kindest regards, One Very Grateful Mom!”
Co-creator, Alan Scofield states: Mother’s and Teachers are and always have been the original storytellers and story keepers in our world, without them we have nothing to pass on. We are proud to join them in their noble work.”
The reduced price for the iPhone app will be $0.99 and the iPad will be $1.99. Each App comes with 3 audio stories read by the beloved storyteller, Alan Scofield, and gives users the opportunity to purchase in-app, 85 more of The Story Home’s acclaimed children’s audio stories. Each story sells for $0.99 or you can buy two stories and get the third story for FREE.
On The Story Home website, which has been recently redesigned, stories sell for $0.99 each, but if you use the coupon code: MDAY2 you can purchase one story and get one for FREE!
This is the first time The Story Home has discounted their stories. “We felt like doing something special for Mom’s and Teachers” says Sharon. “We wanted to let them know we understand how hard they work making a difference in a child’s life.”