Win Heroes of the City Goodies

Heroes of the City is a television cartoon about rescue vehicles in a small town where everybody gets to be a hero!  There are lots of fun characters such as Pauli Police Car, Harry Hot Rod, Percy Post and not forgetting Fiona Fire Engine!  Well this has been an instant hit with my two children, particularly three year old Mister B.  With my name being Fiona, he just loves that I am a Fire Engine in the show!

The storylines follow the exciting adventures of the characters as they help the townspeople find thieves, put out fires, and solve one of the many mysteries that happen in the otherwise quiet town. You will also get to know Calamity Crow, the most misunderstood bird in town.

Heroes Win Heroes of the City GoodiesAimed at ages 3-7, Heroes of the City is the perfect first app for three year old Mister B to be using, he loves watching the episodes and has really got to grips with the games.  He does require a little assistance with some of them but loves playing Fiona Fire Engine to put out the fires and also has spent much time playing the puzzle games which he can sit and do himself.  I love the way the app motivates and applauds the child after each stage of the game with cheers, stars and fireworks.  Mister B is so proud of himself when he see’s this as he feels like he has done really well.  With trophies in each game to be won, there is plenty of scope for him to play this and reach higher levels.

Heroes of the city 1024x1024 Win Heroes of the City GoodiesWith episodes to watch, games to play and trophies to collect, Heroes of the City has plenty to do to keep little ones occupied.  I highly recommend it as a preschool app, one of the best we’ve tried.

The app is available from the following app stores:

AppStore: https://itunes.apple.com/app/heroes-of-the-city-movie-app/id602592310
GooglePlay: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rutaett.HeroesMovie&hl=en

If you’d like to win an exclusive bundle of goodies like the one shown above then enter below.  The book is full of bright pictures and easy to follow stories that little ones will love and the little vehicles are great, Mister B loves playing with them and more so carrying them around in his pocket when we go out and about!
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256 thoughts on “Win Heroes of the City Goodies

  1. My husband, hes been amazing throughout my illness and operations this year. Always smiling and doing whatever he can to make me happy.

  2. David Attenborough I have grown up with him and he has taught me so much.And is still teaching and showing me new things

  3. My TENOVUS Counsellor who has kept me going through the worst of times and is slowly letting go as I am growing stronger. She gave me hope.

  4. my little boy, just by living! hes defied the odds, hes picked me up when ive felt like giving up by just smiling and gave me strength by just giving me one of his hugs! i dont know where id be without him!

  5. my son jake is my hero i wouldnt be the person i am today without him no one understands true love untill they have their own child jake is my hero and always will be x

  6. My little girl is my hero and my inspiration. She has numerous medical conditions and diseases but she has always a huge smile on her face, is always happy and constantly never ceases to amaze us with her strength and determination

  7. My father who sadly passed away 17 years ago yesterday .. A kind gentle man who was proud of his lovely grandchildren fought for his country and was a true Gentleman He deserves the title of hero in every way .. Theres not a day goes by when I dont wish he could have my met my youngest one he would have loved his Grandpapa Joe xxx

  8. My dad, he had a stoke last year and he never gave up fighting and now he is back to his old self (just with a walking stick) LOVE MY DAD :)

  9. My mum, she helps me with my family everyday as my husband and I both have long term illnesses, despite holding down a full time job and caring for my dad who is currently immobile from an operation

  10. My Grandad, my nan died when she was 36 and left 7 school children behind, family and friends told grandad to let the children go into foster care but he refused and raised them all by himself (he was a adopted child himself).

  11. My mum, she has helped me ever so much since the birth of my first little baby – couldn’t have imagined doing it without her!

  12. i saw a survey about this the other day and it got me thinking. i dont really have one. i think people do great jobs and great things in what they dobut dont really have a hero!

  13. My Daughter Isla, was born extremely premature and has been through more than I hope I will ever have to go through and has come out as a happy healthy 2 year old. Shes my hero!

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