Some of them could fly like butterflies and some could swim like mermaids. They shared the island with animals who could speak and trees who did not talk, but understood everything. All in all, this was a place where miracles happened every day.
Elfizz was an owner of a gloomy restaurant named Chest of Ghosts where the staff was eager to please ghosts. On the opposite side of the square was a bakery, Gingerbread Nook, run by a pretty plump Elfishki lady called Maggie. The two were at odds with each other until one day they had to work side by side...
I had signed up to do a review over Elfishki and the Giant Cake, an interactive Ipad Book for Kids ages 5 to 9. Unfortunately, somewhere between my somewhat ditziness to my "I'm going to do this late at night" attitude, I completely Ignored the biggest Factor in this whole Product...IPAD!
I by far do not own an Ipad, so i was sad to email the Promoter back and tell them that I was going to be unable to complete the review.
I have however, decided that I shouldn't keep you all from at least knowing that this product is out there though! Check out this short Promotional Video!
Doesn't that look awesome? It really makes me want to go out and get an Ipad just so I can get this for my children!
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