SAN FRANCISCO, CA, December 14, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
, dubbed the "Netflix for children's books" by USA TODAY, is partnering with Twin Sisters Productions
, an award winning children's educational music production company, to introduce a series of six classic stories on FarFaria's iPad platform. With the first stories launching this Friday, December 14th each tale will have the high quality audio musical component that Twin Sisters is famous for presented in FarFaria's best-in-class app experience.
Leading the lineup is the holiday-time favorite, The Twelve Days of Christmas
, based on the classic song, along with Up on the Housetop
premiering on December 19th. Down Through the Chimney
, an original Twin Sisters title, will debut on December 24th. Classic renditions of beloved children's songs The Wheels on the Bus
, Old MacDonald Had a Farm
, and Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed
will be released in the weeks following Christmas.
"We're delighted to be partnering with FarFaria," says Kim Mitzo Thompson, president and co-owner of Twin Sisters Productions. "After many years of creatively sharing our physical content, we are now able to share our favorite educational, inspirational and traditional stories on a unique, imaginative platform with young readers all over the world."
"Twin Sisters Productions and FarFaria share the same goal, to make reading engaging and fun for kids," shares Ajay Godhwani, CEO and Co-Founder of Intuary. "We are excited to offer their great musical content through FarFaria's immersive world, allowing families to enjoy these classics instantly from the comfort of their own homes."
Created by Intuary, FarFaria
is an iPad app that helps kids develop a passion for reading and encourages families to read together. Aimed at children ages 2 though 9, FarFaria's library boasts over 250 beautifully illustrated, captivating stories, with five new titles added weekly. FarFaria's rich experience offers children unlimited access to an exciting world of stories, including offline reading, the popular "Read To Me" feature, and "Reading Level Badges" to help parents identify stories appropriate for their child. FarFaria's subscription price remains at just $3.99 per month, and new users can download a free trial with full access from the iPad App Store.
About Intuary, Inc.
Intuary, Inc. 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.
About Twin Sisters Productions
Based in Stow, Ohio, Twin Sisters Productions has been dedicated to producing quality educational and inspirational music resources for over 25 years. Fraternal twins, Karen Mitzo Hilderbrand and Kim Mitzo Thompson, founded the company when they realized Kim's success teaching third-grade math through her catchy multiplication song could help children beyond her classroom. From there, Twin Sisters Productions expanded its product line to include CDs, read- and sing-along books, floor puzzles and educational workbooks-- all with the purpose of learning through music. These internationally-sold products have received nearly 170 awards, including nine Record Industry Association of America (RIAA) certified Gold albums and one Platinum album, over the years for excellence, creativity and amusement. With thousands of songs and 35 million albums sold, Twin Sisters Productions positions itself as the leader in children's educational music.