We were asked if we’d like to try out the Moonlite world projector and I have to say it was magical. It’s such a fab idea!
Three-year-old Boo loved it! The Moonlite projector simply clips onto your smartphone and uses the torch to project vibrant storybook images onto any surface. While projecting the storybook images, the Moonlite app (which is downloaded from the app store for free) displays story text and plays charming sound effects, creating a special story time experience for you and your child. Designed to be soothing and calming, Moonlite automatically operates in Night Shift mode to create a relaxing bedtime environment.
It was very easy to set up with simple instructions and just took a few minutes. The instructions on the screen were clear and easy to follow.
It would make a fab activity for World Book Day!
I must say that I was incredibly excited to be reading our favourite story: Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar!
There were simple, bold and colourful illustrations.
Children will also love reading new classic stories including The Princess and the Pea, The Little Prince, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, The Three Little Pigs and, from the iconic Mr Men & Little Miss books, the story of Mr Strong and Little Miss Princess. Children will be amazed as their favourite characters come to life right in front of their eyes!
Moonlite is for babies, toddlers, kids and adults who love to read! No batteries required. Compatible with most Android and iOS devices.
All of the Moonlite titles are illustrated with bright, fun colours and were designed to put a smile on your child’s face. Moonlite has remade some classics that kids will love! The products and titles are:
- The Moonlite Starter Pack (SRP £19.99) featuring Eric Carle’s popular The Very Hungry Caterpillar and The Very Busy Spider
- The Moonlite Gift Pack (SRP £39.99) featuring Mr Men and Fairy Tales
- The Moonlite Story Reels (SRP £7.99 each) featuring new titles Goose, The Princess & The Pea, The Little Prince, The Three Little Pigs, Mr Strong, Little Miss Princess, Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Plus, classics including Beatrix Potter The Tale of Jemima Puddleduck & The Tale of Peter Rabbit, Spot the Dog and Dinosaur Roar.
This took me back to my youth when I longed for a storybook projector. Remember them?
Find out more about Moonlite by visiting www.mymoonlite.co.uk and follow @moonlite.world on Instagram.
**We were sent the Moonlite projector to try out in exchange for our honest review.