Want to give your kids something to do on your device that will engage their minds?
Find thoughtful plots and dynamic characters in these choose-your-own-outcome stories!
Our interactive stories are narrated with read-along text—and choice points along the way! What you do changes the outcome!
How will your stories turn out? What lessons will you learn? Get started to find out!
Recommended for children ages 4+. (Reading level for ages 9+.)
I love this app because it's more than just a book. It's interactive, it's fun -- it's like a game and reading at the same time!
Marcia Matthews (Mother of 4)
As a mother of three, I was looking for ways for my kids to use technology to help their development. I wanted them to use their minds for learning to read, yes, but I also wanted them have the opportunity to engage with rich, deep content.
Most kids books and videos are entertaining, and many are helpful for teaching kids basic skills and facts, like reading, math, earth science, and zoology. But Inspire Interactive's stories are more similar to Aesop's fables—designed to teach kids wisdom that will help them with real issues in life.
Inspire Interactive stories go through a rigorous design and review process. Our team of experts carefully designs and scrutinizes the philosophy and ethics incorporated in the fabric of the story plot. Pastors, philosophers, and conscientious parents alike agree that Inspire Interactive stories help kids sort through interpersonal issues that empower them to become wise leaders.
Rachel Rasmussen (CEO)
Our mission is to help the next generation discover wisdom and values for life.
BOOK 1: Princess Kayla and the Dragon Who Wouldn't Clean Up
Gorof the neighborhood dragon won't clean up his messy cave, and now the people are complaining to Princess Kayla. How will she deal with the dragon, and how will he respond? It's up to you, as you choose your own outcomes and determine the course of the action!
This story helps young readers explore what it means to be a leader who can cooperate with people who have opposing perspectives.
BOOK 2: Princess Kayla and the Royal Visitors
The Royal Ambassador and Princess have arrived from a neighboring nation. Princess Kayla and her parents will need to overcome cultural barriers to establish good relations in view of a potential threat forming to the north. How will negotiations go? It's up to you to decide how to relate with the royal guests!
This story helps young readers explore cultural diversity and how to form trust through perspective-taking.