Is blue only for boys? Should girls always choose pink?

Interactive Book: The Boy Who Liked Pink and The Girl Who Liked Blue Now in the Apple App Store
 
Cover: The Boy Who Liked Pink and The Girl Who Liked Blue
Cover: The Boy Who Liked Pink and The Girl Who Liked Blue
NEW YORK - Oct. 12, 2016 - PRLog -- Follow this interactive conversation between two kids who express their preferences and interests against gender stereotypes. Gaining an understanding of the opposite perspective leads them to find that they have more in common than they realize.

Features include:
Touch Animated Pen and Ink drawings combined with hand painted watercolor textures.
Narration: Boy and Girl
Music

Social Emotional Learning Themes:
Stereotypes
Peer Pressure
Confidence
Bullying
Diversity

This product DOES NOT contain in-app purchases, third party advertising or external web links. It is 100% safe for kids.

The Boy Who Liked Pink and The Girl Who Liked Blue 1.0.0 is $3.99 USD
Made for Kids aged 6-9
Available in the Kids Education Category, Apple App Store

Located in New York City, The Happy Dandelion was founded in 2013 by Donna and Joshua Wilson. They conceive, create, write, illustrate and produce their own content with a passionate commitment to make engaging products that entertain children of all ages.

They were awarded a 2015 Best App for Teaching and Learning by the ALA, American Association of School Librarians as well as inclusion on Kirkus Reviews, The Best Apps of 2014.

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