• £2.99

Publisher Description

Join Bing and his friends in the first story book of the amazing new TV series Bing!

Bing and Flop are making a banana smoothie. When Bing loses his carrot it somehow ends up in the blender. That’s when he discovers that you can mix things up, but you can’t always mix them back down again!

Making a smoothie - it’s a Bing thing!

Reviews

Customer reviews:

“Absolutely love this book! My son got this bought for him for his 2nd birthday because he loves Bing. This is the only book he's really enjoyed. He is always passing me it to read to him. We've read it that much he sometimes says some words before I say them! The big pictures and writing are really good for children. I will be buying the rest. Definitely recommend.”

“Lovely book. Bought for my 20-month-old. the book is really good quality and is lovely to sit down with. Keeps my toddler occupied.”

“Fab book. Bought this for our son’s 2nd birthday and it was probably the best thing we bought! He absolutely loves it!”

“Great book for a huge Bing fan! My daughter loves reading this.”

“Beautiful book with lovely bright pictures. My little boy will love this!”

“Lovely book. Big hit with my son!”

“Super book. Large writing and very colourful. Ideal for reading to child or being read by young child. Good quality too.”

“Round the corner not far away, my son loves us to read this every day.”

“Fab! Very popular with a Bing-mad toddler.”

“Great fun book for a young Bing Bunny fan; will keep little fingers and brains busy.”

“Our little boy absolutely loves Bing so this little book comes out every day!”

“Perfect book for my 2 yr old toddler. Great for story time and building his word skills.”

GENRE
Kids
RELEASED
2014
September 25
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
32
Pages
PUBLISHER
HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks
SIZE
17.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Paul Bepey ,

Inaccessible using Voiceover! extremely disappointing!

Bought this to read to my Daughter who absolutely loves Bing, however, am extremely disappointed to find that I am unable to read this using either Apple's Voiceover screen reader, or Braille display as the text is not true text and has been rendered into an image, which excludes those with visual impairments from reading this to children.
Had I have been able to submit a 0 * rating, I would have.
I will also be contacting Apple to discuss inaccessible books being added to the store, I'm hoping this can be removed...

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