Read along in this interactive book as Woody and the gang try to escape from Lotso and find a new good home.
• Use clues to find the Aliens before time runs out, and play other learning games along the way!
• Teaches story building, problem solving and character development.
• Ages 5-8 years.
• Works only with Tag™ Reading System and LeapReader™ Reading & Writing System (sold separately). With Andy off to college, Buzz, Woody and the rest of the loyal toys need to find a new home. Help rescue them from mean Lotso, untamed tots and the city dump. Plus, play a dozen toytastic learning games that help build reading comprehension skills in this interactive book. The toys' fate is in your hands!
500+ audio responses propel the story along. Begin by touching a favorite toy to choose a nickname.
A mistake of justice has occurred! Search for clues to find the hidden key and help the toys escape Sunnyside Daycare. Match the toys in the Caterpillar Room to their names. Be tyranorrific and identify metal objects on the conveyor belt to save Rex.
Touch the different parts of Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger suit to learn about his antigravity servos, wing release button, retractable helmet and more. Then listen again in Spanish mode!
Create a custom adventure story with Bonnie’s toys. Touch a toy, a poster and items on the bookcase to choose a hero, location, problem and solution.
About the Series
The Read on Your Own Series is designed to foster a love of reading and support children as they build confidence and independence as readers.
LeapReader books tap into children's natural curiosity and inspire them to explore. By connecting LeapReader to a computer you can see your child’s progress, expand the learning with fun activities and get personalized skill insights.
Tag™ Reading System and LeapReader™ Reading & Writing System (sold separately)
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- Age Range:
- 4 - 6 Years
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Hearing the aliens was very entertaining for the kids. Learning the story and hearing all the sounds was amazing.