I downloaded this for my grandaughter - it wouldn't magnify on my tablet for some reason. The whole of it remained small. Luckily she is 6 and read most of it as \i couldn't see it I wouldn't recommend it.
You can keep all your electronic wizardry, when all said and done the book still remains the most powerful form of entertainment. The look on my grandchildren's faces when reading this to them, their interest in the subject and the illustrations of course all add up to hours of happiness. It's also and excellent way of practising their reading and spelling skills. N.B. They are also taught the name of the author and the illustrator, reason they learn to appreciate their works and are then learn a little bit more about them ( this is also the norm now at their school). My grandchildren were fortunate enough to meet one such author viz Julia Donaldson, (What the Ladybid Heard) , she is one of their favourites.
Camela and Leon on that day, calm and existing. lots to do , lots to see and lots to think of. all calm and relaxing, although it was a birthday. pretty branded and amazing things, all off that in one day. I would highly recommend this book for you.
Chose this as a bedtime read and it was just the right length. I liked the focus on nature and simple innocent pleasures that children experience. My daughter's were silently attentive for the whole time. The illustrations are full of detail that we could have talked about more had it not been bedtime. Great for a free book.