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In Our Image

In Our Image
In Our Image
In Our Image

I love the ease with which Kwik allows me to create storybook apps.

Sam Tannen


In Our Image

In Our Image is a warm and inspiring children’s story, ported to iPad and brought to life with music, animation and bright illustrations that respond to the touch.

BEFORE CREATING HUMANS, God said, “Let us make mankind in our image, after our likeness.” In this playful interactive twist on the story of Genesis, God asks all of nature to offer gifts to humankind – with a promise that humans would care for creation in return. Man and Woman were then formed from the dust of the Earth, in the image of God and nature.

It was very good, indeed. And it makes learning about creation fun and playful for kids of all ages.

SO WHETHER YOU’RE LARGE LIKE THE WHALE or small like the ant, lazy like the lizard or busy like the bee – this spirited interactive story will keep you and your child captivated with its rich animated elements, delightful musical nuances and lively illustrations that sing and swing to the touch.

Bring home this unique and wonderful story – and celebrate the great harmony of nature and all living things.

How did Kwik help?

Kwik is a wonderful tool for creating storybook apps. Kwik made it easy to set up a working page interface and duplicate it for every page in the book.

What are your favorite features?

I love the ease with which Kwik allows me to insert animated sprites and audio.

Any tips and tricks to share?

Plan your app before starting to build it 🙂

Alex’s Review

In Our Image is another “bible related” project developed by Sam Tannen, now for MEDL Mobile. The book has 27 pages with narration and some animations. Its format follows the traditional book reading experience (after all it is based on the printed version of In Our Image: God’s First Creatures), offering also auto-play feature and read to me options. I am (positively) surprised with Apple having approved it because, in the past, I saw similar projects being rejected with the excuse of “this looks too similar to a book and should be sent to iBookstore instead”. If you like to share some biblical passages with children using some nice illustrations and animations, this is for you.