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Moving Christmas For iPad Tells An Eco-Friendly Story The Whole Family Will Enjoy

Moving Christmas For iPad Tells An Eco-Friendly Story The Whole Family Will Enjoy

December 6, 2012
Launching in the App Store is Moving Christmas, A Frank Duffy Adventure for iPad. The 65-page interactive book tells the story of what happens to the North Pole when global warming hits. Created by Trusted Cape, the book is the first-in-a-series of children’s books that will star Frank and his immovable dog, Bricks. In it, Santa and his not-so-merry elves must move their village to the South Pole where the ice caps are melting more slowly. But they must hurry, Christmas is on its way. Each page is filled with beautifully drawn characters and scenery, whimsical interactivity, and of course, tells an eco-friendly message. Plus, it is also quite funny for kids (and adults) of all ages. Trust Cape was funded by Brandon Camp and Jonathan Osborne. Camp, a writer and director in Hollywood, Calif., is the son of the Joe Camp who created the “Benji” movie franchise. Other talent includes award-winning illustrator Max Miceli, and Rich D’Ovidio, a veteran screenwriter.

Moving Christmas

Says Camp:
Moving Christmas delivers a fun and heartwarming story that is sure to delights kids of all ages. We have many more Frank Duffy tales to tell and we can’t wait to share them with the world.
For a limited time, the e-book is available in the App Store for free. It will normally be priced at $3.99. A full-color print version, Moving Christmas: A Frank Duffy Adventure (Volume 1), is available for $12.99 through Amazon.  

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