Storybook Weaver

Storybook Weaver is a 1994 educational game released on floppy disk for the Apple Macintosh, aimed at children aged 6-12. An updated version, Storybook Weaver Deluxe, was released in 2004 on CD-ROM for Windows and Mac computers, featuring much more content than the original. Both versions were released by MECC who also created The Oregon Trail, another educational game. The Deluxe version is available for both the home and school, with a Teacher Resource CD, including lesson plans and User guides.

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Dr. Seuss Bibliography - Video Games
... Storybook Weaver (1994) - There are stories like Yertle, Cubbins and more ... Series (2000) The Grinch (2000) The Cat in the Hat (2003) Storybook Weaver Deluxe (2004) - Remake of "Storybook Weaver" ...
Storybook Weaver - Deluxe Version
... It largely kept the original backgrounds, items and characters from the original game and added a large number of new objects and categories, such as a world landmark category, including The Statue of Liberty and The White House ... The older objects are updated in higher textures to match the quality of the new objects ...

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