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Dana Plautz, Mrs. P Enterprises
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MrsP.com Joins Tales2Go Kids’ Audio Story Library for Apple Mobile Devices

Tales2Go and MrsP.com announced today a new content distribution partnership, which will add stories from Mrs. P’s award-winning children’s storybook website to Tales2Go’s growing library of audio stories.

Mrs. P will join the company of Curious George and Diary of a Wimpy Kid in the Tales2Go catalogue, which gives parents and educators unlimited on-demand access to over 1,500 audio titles from leading publishers and content creators. The service can be accessed from an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, and stories can be played on the device itself or via a docking station, capsule speaker, the AUX channel of a car stereo, or privately with ear buds.

“Kids seem to love the classic stories I stream on my free website, but a lot of fans have asked how they can take Mrs. P with them wherever they go,” said TV star Kathy Kinney, who portrays Mrs. P. “That’s why partnering with Tales2Go is such a natural for us.”

“Tales2Go and MrsP.com share a mission to expose children to great books and spark their imaginations through storytelling,” said William Weil, co-founder and CEO of Tales2Go. “The benefits of listening to audio stories include an improved vocabulary and enhanced critical listening and comprehension skills – for readers at all levels.”

Tales2Go is available in the Apple App Store in the Education category (North America).

About Mrs. P Enterprises, LLC.

Mrs. P Enterprises, LLC, was founded in 2008 by Hollywood team Clay Graham, Kathy Kinney and Dana Plautz. After having built successful careers in television and New Media, the three creators of MrsP.com were brought together by a love of reading and a desire to help spark that same passion in young people everywhere. The company endeavors to expose young people to great books and stories through a celebrity storyteller and to spark their imaginations and creativity with on-line games and writing contests. Its production offices are located in Portland, Oregon and Los Angeles, California.