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Yes that’s exactly what it does, that a child while reading a book can touch any letter or word on the screen, and that word will be readout in clear audio to the child.

Abbas Mushtaq
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I love that my students can touch a word and the app will read it to them. Sometimes my struggling readers like to try to do stories that are just too difficult for them.

Fabian Martinez
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My Favourite part of this product is the colour coding of the words. This helps with visual and audio recognition. I love it.

Jenna Johnson