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The perfect first app!Adorable- Christopher Keenan, Creating4Kidsclassic and timelessthe songs are terrific - NAPPA Awards****Fully supports the retina display of the new iPad****Works on all iPads, iPhones and iPod touch devicesI Love Mud is a digital musical - a new kind of App kids can play over and over.HIGHLIGHTS:Designed for Toddlers, no menus or words to touch - just pure entertainment Original songs by legendary Capitol Records producer Ken KahnClassic Cowbears characters - Renowned illustrator Amye Rosenberg has sold over 15 million childrens books worldwide!FEATURES:Mom approved, non-violentThe perfect first App, age 2 to kindergarten. Soundtrack quality audio Read-along text. Kids learn while they play.Engaging interactive stories to encourage passive and active learning Paced narration teaches clear pronunciationFIND THE TOYS IN THE BATHTUB!Help Uncle Wooly find the ball, the turtle, the boat and the duck floating in the bathtub. The boat toots and the duck goes quack. Hey, youre really good at this!CAN YOU MAKE MUD?Touch the watering can to pour water on a pile of dirt, then mix it up with your finger, and touch the boot. Watch it drop and go SPLAT! Theres mud all over the screen!Story:Mama and Papa Bear have to go on a honey hunt and they leave their little cubs Teddy and Honey with Uncle Wooly at Blackberry Ranch on Bearpaw Mountain. Teddy and Honey love Uncle Wooly. He rode the trail before there were cars or computers, and hes 150 years old! They play in lots of gooey mud and when its bedtime at the ranch Uncle Wooly sings a beautiful lullaby about the Old West, with a big moon over the open plain, wild horses and even a covered wagon. Become a Cowbears fan on Facebook: www.facebook.com/kidscowbearsFollow Cowbears on Twitter: @kidscowbears