Ada Nicodemou releases children’s book inspired by her son

By August 1, 2018 November 14th, 2019 No Comments

Johnas, the International Soccer Star launches on kids reading app, Kindergo

Much loved Australian actress, Ada Nicodemou and former House Rules star, Lisa Dovile today release new interactive and educational children’s books. Inspired by their own children, Nicodemou launches Johnas, the International Soccer Star, following a little boy with big dreams of becoming a sporting legend, while Dovile shares Let’s Build a Cubby, telling the story of a little girl’s quest to build a cubby house, just like the houses her Daddy makes at work.

The new books are available from today through children’s reading app, Kindergo, as part of it’s new enchanting and playful digital book library titled Mums We Admire. Kindergo’s Mums We Admire also features a new book by award-winning teacher, author and Playful Little Learners blogger, Amy Cox, titled Magic Heart which weaves a heart-warming tale of a young girl’s first day at school. Kindergo’s Founders, award-winning children’s Producers and mothers-in-arms, Nadine Bates and Kristen Souvlis, have each written their own amazing stories too, where young readers can enjoy the silly hijinx of a quirky mother in Mummy Why?, or the wondrous tale of a lost balloon in Bye Bye Balloon.

“I really wanted my first book to be about the love of my life, my son, and I wanted a nice gift for him to read as he loves reading so much. Coming up with an idea for a book was easy, as all Johnas talks about is soccer! I wanted to create a book that was inspirational to him and to other kids out there about dreaming big and finding ways to achieve your goals. Kindergo is a great app which encourages discoverable learning through reading in a fun way and I’m thrilled to be part of it”, said Nicodemou.

Ada Nicodemou and Lisa Dovile’s books have been personally narrated via the Kindergo app and, along with all Mums We Admire books, are also available as high quality printed books via the Kindergo website.

Kindergo empowers children aged 2 to 7 to read by themselves in a safe, discoverable and encouraging environment. Download Kindergo from the App Store for a free 30 day trial. Visit www.kindergokids.com to purchase print copies of the new books. Facebook: Kindergo. Instagram: @kindergokids.