When it’s bedtime and your little boy or girl wants you to read a story, why not feed their love of reading at the same time you satisfy their fascination with online video games? Why not let them venture into the colorful gaming world of Virtual George? Thousands of children have been entertained by the story of George and his adventures, and I think your children will be too. Virtual George is the story of a little boy who spends all his time playing games and never wants to go outside and play. That is, until he is magically transported into a video game world. In the game world, George meets a Game Master who has many obstacles (mini-games) for George to accomplish before he can return home. This kids storybook is an interactive book based on the stories my children love to hear. It’s more than a game and more than an ebook. It’s a creative story for children who are enthusiastic about online games and console games . . . and tries to help foster their love of reading also. Rather than just an ebook, our story book includes mini-games and surprises throughout the story. It is intended for 3-to-7 year old boys and girls (but parents will love it too). It is designed to appeal to their growing education, reading ability and creativity. If you young children are still learning to read, we think they’ll love this book (and enjoy the easy game throughout). Virtual George features: • An engaging story that will appeal to any youngster. • Mini-games that your child can complete in order to continue the story. • A read-to-me button which will narrate each page (when you are too tired to read a bedtime story). We’re in love with the story of Virtual George. We know your children will love it too. Virtual George is completely free. Seriously. No ads. No in-app purchases. We are making no money from this. Virtual George is our gift to parents everywhere. However, we hope you will check out some of our other educational apps for your toddlers too. If you love Virtual George (as we think you will), please come back here and leave a review. Or, better yet, tell the publishers of your favorite stories for kids that you want to see more like “Virtual George”. And if, after you spend quality reading time together, your child asks what ever happened to Virtual George . . . tell them he turned into a teenager and then the real trouble started. Virtual George is written by Eric Wroolie. All artwork was created by Sandee Chica. And the app was coded by Joey Chica. It is produced by Overpass Apps.