SAN FRANCISCO, CA, November 21, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
, the award-winning iPad app that offers unlimited reading for families, is announcing an exciting new partnership with Canadian publisher Orca Book Publishers.
Orca Book Publishers
was founded in 1982 and produces award-winning, best-selling children's books in numerous genres and formats. Their books can be found in Canada, the U.S., and internationally in retail, school, and library channels.
Today, FarFaria is publishing a handful of Orca picture books and board books for young readers including Hamster Holding Hands and Kiss, Tickle, Cuddle, Hug. In August, FarFaria published the imaginative Mechanimals and Night Boy picture books.
"As the publishing industry evolves and changes, Orca is committed to bringing our stories and authors to as wide an audience as possible," says Orca publisher Andrew Wooldridge. "We are especially proud to be publishing our stories with FarFaria, which has a unique approach to children's publishing."
"Orca consistently publishes highly appealing children's books that our subscribers will love," says Ajay Godhwani, CEO and Cofounder of Intuary. "We are excited to be partnering with such an esteemed Canadian publisher."About FarFaria
Created by Intuary, FarFaria is an app for iPad that provides families with the perfect story time. Created for children ages 2 through 9, each story has badges to help parents and children easily identify the appropriate reading level. Completely free of advertisements, FarFaria's original and beautifully illustrated stories not only keep children entertained but also help to instill character and good manners. Dubbed the "Brain Expander" by Parenting Magazine and hailed as "the Netflix of children's books" by USA Today, FarFaria is a Family Choice Award Winner.
About Intuary, Inc.
Intuary is a San Francisco-based education and entertainment company committed to creating innovative and intuitive apps that enhance people's lives. Intuary is the creator of Verbally, which offers communication to those suffering from nonverbal disabilities, and FarFaria, a children's storybook app that helps foster a lifelong love of reading in kids and promotes families reading together.
For more information, contact: Press@FarFaria.com