Moving Gives Me A Stomach Ache (VIS, CD-ROM) Discis - 1992 USA, Canada Release

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Moving Gives Me A Stomach Ache
Packaging cover Moving Gives Me A Stomach Ache.
Product ID TANDY0068
Product ISBN 921974-89-2
Manufacturer # 25-6134
Platform(s) VIS
Packaging Retail Box
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 1992
Publisher(s) Tandy/Radio Shack
Label Kids Can Read!
Developer(s) Discis
Category(s) Education, Storybook
Recommended age(s) 5+
Language(s) English, Spanish
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

Step into an adventure in learning with Discis Books!
Award-winning Discis Books will get kids hooked on reading before they know it. Children love the music and sound effects, and are captivated by the real-voice narrations and vibrant illustrations. Children in over 35 countries from Ecuador to Japan are having fun reading Discis Books. Give your child a gift of learning that will last a lifetime.

It is simple to individualize the Discis Book to meet the special needs of your child or children. You can customize the font, size, style and line spacing to suit each child.

You can easily change the features in a Discis Book to suit your child's individual needs. Slow down the reading rate, add another language, have words carefully pronounced in syllables... there are many options.

Reading is so much easier for your child when each phrase is highlighted as the book reads along, to help them follow and understand the story. The highlighting of words, while hearing them pronounced, helps dyslexic children read words in the right sequence.

Your child may want to hear a word spoken slowly and clearly to help perfect his or her pronunciation. Readers can click for an in-context explanation of every word in the book to help them understand and learn from the story.

A Discis Book looks just like a conventional book with pages that turn. It's very simple and intuitive for any child to use.

There are a variety of ways a Discis Book can be read, each one suitable for a different skill level.

Move a marker up or down as a quick and easy way to move to another page.

Children can learn from pictures too! They see an object's spelling and hear how to say it properly. And with hidden sound effects it's lots of fun!

Optional Spanish audio background.

Story by Heather McKend.
Illustrations by Heather Collins.

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VIS

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Retail Box cover Moving Gives Me A Stomach Ache. Retail Box back Moving Gives Me A Stomach Ache.

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