Our newest storybook app “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star,” a collaboration with Super Simple Learning, is now available in the App Store! To celebrate, we’re raffling off TWO $20 iTunes Gift Certificates! The launch party/raffle starts NOW and will end on Sunday July 17 at 4pm P.S.T. We’ll randomly pick two lucky winners at 5pm P.S.T. Sunday July 17, and announce them here and on our Facebook/Twitter pages.

To enter the raffle, tell us “What Tickles You?” πŸ™‚
– This could be something – anything (kid-friendly please) – that makes you or your child (or loved one) laugh πŸ™‚
– It can be something you do to make others laugh πŸ™‚
– It could be a kid-friendly joke πŸ™‚

Post What Tickles You in up to three different places to get up to three entries in the raffle!
Here’s the three places to enter:

In the Comments section on this page, below (Note: Please be sure to fill in your email so that we can contact you if you win! The email will not show publicly.)
On our Facebook Page – click here to visit

Good Luck!!!

The app includes two versions of the video, an interactive storybook based on the video, and a counting game πŸ™‚

P.S. To learn more about the behind-the-scenes making of this video, see: The Making of Super Simple Learning’s “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”: An Interview with Nathan Dillow of Fuzz Animation.

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Tammy Hadley · July 3, 2011 at 3:39 pm

I get tickled when my sons tells me to use my words… I can be in the car and some one cut me off and start to mumble .. my son will say now mommy use your woeds… gets me everytime.. because a year of speech that is all he heard… guess he was listening lol

seeherestudios · July 3, 2011 at 5:02 pm

Thanks for sharing “What Tickles You!” You’ve got a second entry into the raffle! πŸ™‚

Karen · July 3, 2011 at 5:54 pm

Aiden loves riding in the car with the window open. He just laughs and laughs with the wind in his face. Today it is raining but he was signing please ( he is non verbal ) so we just couldn’t say no. We opened his window and you should have seen how happy he was ( photo on my facebook page ). We all had a good laugh! πŸ˜€

Kristi Smith · July 3, 2011 at 5:59 pm

so we went to a friends house and my son told our friend her Loved her and then she said she loved him more then my son stopped looked at her and then he told her he Loved her dogs More LOL we were all cracking up so now this is a on going joke around our house πŸ™‚ My son is 19 but low functioning special needs and were very impressed with his response he is often funny without trying so we always have lots of great laughs to remember

Tea · July 3, 2011 at 6:59 pm

Lets see- there are quite a few things, but one that always gets me to smile no matter what is listening to my non-verbal son sing his favorite song. The words are jumbled (but I know what he’s trying to say) but the melody is spot on. It’s beautiful and perfect to me.

seeherestudios · July 3, 2011 at 8:11 pm

Thanks for all the ticklish comments! Entries noted! πŸ™‚

Carrie Tomlin · July 4, 2011 at 1:13 am

What a hard thing to narrow down. Of course my kids are the most ticklish thing to me. Recently, we were in therapy and working on going down the slide. My 5 year old with autism is sitting on top of the slide, flapping away, while my 18 month old tries to push him and says go! He still sat there, so she went to his legs and started pulling on them. It might have been one of those you had to be there moments. Do you want a different comment than the FB one?

Just in case…my son just ran into the chair and said “oh, sawy” (oh, sorry), followed by “ziz ok”(it’s okay).

Bubbles Make Him Smile · July 4, 2011 at 4:55 pm

My son has autism and parrots a lot. He picks up words from everything and doesn’t always use them in the proper context, but he’s still learning. One of the words he learned (and I still have no idea where he heard this word) is “Delicious”. It is one of the few words he actually does put in the right context, because whenever he eats something he enjoys, he says with a very serious and mouthful of food face, “This is delicious!” I don’t know why, but it makes me laugh every single time. It’s one of those precious moments as a proud parent that always makes me smile.

CGregoryRun · July 5, 2011 at 8:16 pm

I get tickled when I hear all three of my kiddos belly-laughing πŸ™‚

Barbara Waller · July 8, 2011 at 3:19 pm

Meeting all the AMAZING DEVELOPERS and NEW FRIENDS on A4cwsn… You all are AMAZING…:-) Not only does this TICKLE ME, it puts a BIG SMILE on my FACE!!!

Kim Dillard · July 9, 2011 at 3:45 pm

I get really tickled when someone tickles my feet!! I go crazy laughing till I just can’t catch a breath. By then I’m begging for them to stop!
Thanks for the chance! I love reading all these different stories!

Elizabeth Shea · July 9, 2011 at 5:06 pm

The latest tickler for us: My 7 yr old’s favorite joke for the summer… “What do you get when you cross a rooster with a crocodile? A croc-a-doodle-doo!” After the 500th telling I still laugh.

Desiree Brown · July 9, 2011 at 9:46 pm

I am tickled everytime I find my 3 yrold son Quinn and our 12 yr old Beagle Brownie playing choo choo’s (brownie sits in the middle of the tracks with her conductor hat on and spins to watch the trains) which makes Quinn laugh non stop, its infectious and a true Momma Tickle Moment :0)

Jennifer Evans · July 12, 2011 at 1:41 am

I get tickled @ my 3 yr old grandson when I try to have him call me G-ma (pronounced Geemaw) and he says nah, ur not g-ma, ur grandma and we go back and forth. He calls all his grandma’s just that and I want to be something different but he won’t have it!

Michelle · July 12, 2011 at 6:57 pm

I had a few dying helium balloons hanging around and hadn’t gotten around to throwing them away. My cat discovered the string and began to play with it. It was at a perfect height. What really tickled me was watching as I lay on my bed, the balloon seemed to roam on it’s own as my cat pulled and drug it about.

Maya · July 16, 2011 at 9:24 pm

I get tickled with every move my son makes, He’s speech delayed but a great actor and full of the funniest exaggerated facial expressions:)
I get tickled every time he gives me orders like “No Dumping (jumping) on the Sofa mama” or “No Tusht Lappot (No touch Laptop)”

seeherestudios · July 17, 2011 at 11:57 pm

We’ve just completed the random drawing – Thank You to everyone who participated – we loved reading What Tickles You! You’re all AWESOME!!!
Here are the 2 lucky winners of the $20 iTunes Gift Certificates:
– Dana Trimble Crow
– Kim Swindle
Congratulations Dana & Kim!
PLUS, since we had so many great entries we decided to give away TWENTY promo codes of our adorable storybook app “The Three Pandas” πŸ™‚
Here are the twenty “runners up” who get a free storybook app!
– Melissa Jones
– Lisa O’Connell
– Amy Cole
– Amy Solomon
– Kristi Smith
– Tea Moore
– CGregoryRun
– Carrie Lee Tomlin
– Kim Dillard
– Barb Waller
– Tammy Hadley
– Becky Brown
– Desiree Brown
– Sheila Noble
– Kathleen Allgood
– Maya
– Tanaya Dutchyn
– Kristi Barlitt Smith
– John Kibling
– Karen Gies
We’ll be contacting each of you individually this evening.
THANKS to everyone for sharing your laughter & tickles! πŸ™‚

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