Little Stories. Bedtime books

Little Stories. Bedtime books

By Diveo Media

  • Category: Book
  • Release Date: 2015-08-07
  • Current Version: 1.20.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 137.12 MB
  • Developer: Diveo Media
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 6,388 Ratings


• 1st place in “Entertainment” in Runet Rating 2018! • 1st place in “App For Kids” in Golden App 2016! • 3rd place in “Entertainment” in Golden App 2017! The “Little Stories” series present fairy tales, in which your kid plays the main part. It's quite simple – just enter your kid's name and gender in the settings window and enjoy reading fairy tales about your son or daughter. To make it even cooler, we've added beautiful melodies and wonderful pictures to help you raise your child by giving him or her only positive examples. Let love and kindness fill your family leisure time to make your life and the world around happier! Why “Little Stories”? • No analogs in the world! • 14 exciting fairy tales so far and more to come • 550+ pictures • Enchanting music accompanying each story • Gender determines the choice of illustrations Fairy tales: • The Brave Eaglet (FREE) • The Magic Christmas Tree (FREE) • A Secret in the Night • The Sea Lily • Brighter Than A Star • Who Is the First? • The Fruit Kingdom • The Little Nail’s Adventures • How To Reach A Star • A Curious Mouse • The Union of Three Planets • True Friendship • A Stegosaur Story • A Guest on the Farm We’d like to tell you about the process of creating stories for kids, so that you have a better idea about the hard work we put into Little Stories. 1) It all begins with searching for an author. He/she can live in any country of the world; the important thing is that they are able to create an interesting and insightful story. Before starting a bedtime story, the author reads the conditions (for example, the story must contain no more than 50 scenes, each of which can consist of 146 symbols max. otherwise the text won’t fit into the app). Once the story is completed, the next stage begins. 2) Now is the time for the storyboard. A storyboard is a selection of simple sketches for each of the illustrations of the story. It gives us a better idea about the visual image of the children’s story. 3) Once the storyboard is approved, we move on to searching for an illustrator. It should be noted that not all styles might be appropriate for a certain bedtime story and, therefore, it is important to achieve a perfect combination between the story and the illustration style. 4) Meanwhile, the composer is creating the melody. Both the story itself and the artist’s illustrations serve as inspiration for the creation of music. The composer also has conditions to meet: namely that the melody must be sedating and must prepare children for sleep, since most often stories are read for bedtime. 5) Apart from this, we also translate our stories for kids into other languages. 6) But that’s not the end! It is important to see how the book for kids looks inside the app. Line breaks should be checked to make sure the text looks nice and neat. This is done by 2 professionals: the programmer and the tester. 7) Only after this final step do we release the story for kids. The entire process might take from anywhere from 2 to 9 months, so it’s a hard but interesting journey! Our stock of fairy tales is continuously replenished Fairy tales are designed for kids aged 3+. Follow us on:



  • Books

    By suelarboy65
    My son is 9 and has been diagnosed with autism. He absolutely loved reading this story and seeing the pictures. It kept his attention, and I’m going to purchase some books as well. I would highly recommend this to all kids.
  • It’s awesome

    By saigiayfosit
    I love you
  • Time with my sons

    By AllHustle87
    I enjoy reading to my sons. They enjoy the music as I read stories about them!
  • The child who learn how to fly

    By encourage mothers
    My child loves reading this book every night. She can soar high with mom and dad beside her.
  • Not enough free stories

    By Leeloo04
    It's a wonderful app for parents to read to their younger kids but they don't give you enough free books to even figure out if it's worth the purchase or not
  • Review

    By Marieamuneton
    My son loves these books. I bought a 99 cent book and he loves it!
  • Would not buy more

    By Tarasolan
    First free story is really cute then I paid for another (brighter than a star) it’s terrible. Not buying any more of these books. Was disappointed.
  • Booooooo!

    By rsh27
    This app is not good. You have to pay money to read the books, and only 2 books are free. I am not a parent. I am a teenager checking out this app because there is no good reading app on the App Store! If there was more free books and the stories were slightly longer, I might of liked it more. But it is not. You have to pay $1.99 for each story! Good idea, bad app.🙁
  • Love

    By DVP687
    My four year old loves these books. He gets so excited every time he sees his name in the story. I love the soft music too , for bEd time.
  • Litle eagglet

    By x er fhewrdwtstsrd
    I almost cried when i herd that storie!