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Learn & Play by Fisher-Price: ABCs, Colors, Shapes

Learn & Play by Fisher-Price: ABCs, Colors, Shapes

Homer Learning

Play-based app full of activities on ABCs, colors and more for little learners.

3.8 Ratings 24K+ Reviews 5M+ Downloads

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  • Bring back the apps Oct 4, 2020

    By mrsjdebord
    I understand wanting to merge everything conveniently into one app....but that isn’t what has happened. They’ve blocked all the original apps from being used, saying they’ve moved into this app, but they haven’t. My 1 year old loved the First Words app with the blocks — they’ve now only placed in videos. My now 3 year old loved the videos...but that was before I discovered the interactive learning games. Point being, the Devs really need to incorporate the old apps into this new hub.
  • Jul 8, 2021

    By Madiha Jawad
    I love this app this app is best app for kids . Kids can enjoy and learn many things from this game. 🤩🥰🤩. I also enjoyed this game I played the little people stickers,puppy's stickers and art studio and it was fun ❤. Best game ever my bro is enjoying this game,app every day 🤩🤩🥰❤ 100 stars
  • Jul 25, 2021

    By Leena Marsh
    Fantastic for 14 month old, variety of things to do and super child friendly
  • May 15, 2021

    By tosin taiwo
    Editing my review as my now 2 years old has forgotten the old version and is absolutely in love with this app. He has learnt a lot, knows his letters and shapes partly from this app. Previous review. this is terrible my 20 month old always throws a terrible tantrum in response to the update. should have at least keep features from the previous version. we lost a great app I'm so disappointed
  • May 12, 2021

    By Nazdane DreamKreation
    My 1 year old loves this so much. Especially the sing along. It melts my heart to see how happy it makes her. The app is worths more than a 5 🌟. I give it a 10. It's loaded with alot information and learning in the sing long which I use mostly. It was worth ever MB of download.FANTASTIC!!!!
  • Jul 7, 2021

    By Lily Skinner
    I love this app! It has fun games, and it is educational. It teaches you reading, math, science, writing, and social studies. Thank you for making this app and keep up the good work!
  • Mar 8, 2021

    By Sabrina D
    The old app was good for my 1 year old he like the ABC songs and etc. The new app is alot to get use to I have gave it a chance amd my son love the sing a long. He would sit for hours watching it and learn the different animals and the sounds. Give it a chance. Work with them I'm glad I did cause my son which is now 2 on his way to 3 learned so much from this app. Work with them 101 and I promise you'll be happy.
  • Thank you for bringing the animals back!!! Oct 3, 2020

    By Slacker1022
    My toddler was playing with the app this morning, and I heard the familiar bear growl he was so sad to lose when the app was replaced (disguised as an update) with something completely different. The current app is so much bigger than the fun animal sounds and songs app, and they have FINALLY embedded that original app as one of the many fun activities. I went from giving one star for hijacking my sons favorite app, rather than creating a new, separate one, to five stars for this recent update making things right and returning what was lost. Well done, Fisher Price!
  • Puppy apps by Homer Nov 12, 2020

    By Baby ap
    The original Homer apps were great for my grandchildren! Even the update was very cute and appropriate for babies to 4 year olds. Now, even the updates do not work, although they are still offered on the App Store, all we get is a black screen! All my grandchildren loved them, it’s really a shame to discontinue something that works so well, it would be very appreciated if you could remedy this situation and return access to these apps. The newer available apps are preschool apps and very boring for the younger set. Thank you.
  • Waste of time Nov 29, 2020

    By Landlubber already taken?
    I’m sick of the canned responses on here from fisher price. “We had to say goodbye to some beloved games...blah blah...consolidate..blah blah”. Give me a break. How can you pull your clearly “beloved” apps during a freaking global pandemic when parents are at their wits end. I’ve been waiting for the stupid homer app to update with the content of the formerly “beloved” apps, and it still hasn’t happened. Why would you as a company remove content before it was in place in the new app?? My toddler HATES the homer app the way it is now and he cries when he sees it on the screen, so now I don’t even bother giving him the iPad, so I guess thank you for turning my child off to technology completely? Also he has the stuffed fisher price puppy which was featured in these apps. He now hates the puppy and calls it a “traitor” because he can’t understand why the puppy isn’t available for him to play with on the iPad any more. I try to explain the concept of consolidation, but I don’t think he quite gets it yet. So congrats, my kid now hates fisher price, and won’t ever play with another fisher price toy.
  • Bring back the apps Oct 4, 2020

    By mrsjdebord
    I understand wanting to merge everything conveniently into one app....but that isn’t what has happened. They’ve blocked all the original apps from being used, saying they’ve moved into this app, but they haven’t. My 1 year old loved the First Words app with the blocks — they’ve now only placed in videos. My now 3 year old loved the videos...but that was before I discovered the interactive learning games. Point being, the Devs really need to incorporate the old apps into this new hub.
  • Jul 8, 2021

    By Madiha Jawad
    I love this app this app is best app for kids . Kids can enjoy and learn many things from this game. 🤩🥰🤩. I also enjoyed this game I played the little people stickers,puppy's stickers and art studio and it was fun ❤. Best game ever my bro is enjoying this game,app every day 🤩🤩🥰❤ 100 stars
  • Jul 25, 2021

    By Leena Marsh
    Fantastic for 14 month old, variety of things to do and super child friendly
  • May 15, 2021

    By tosin taiwo
    Editing my review as my now 2 years old has forgotten the old version and is absolutely in love with this app. He has learnt a lot, knows his letters and shapes partly from this app. Previous review. this is terrible my 20 month old always throws a terrible tantrum in response to the update. should have at least keep features from the previous version. we lost a great app I'm so disappointed
  • May 12, 2021

    By Nazdane DreamKreation
    My 1 year old loves this so much. Especially the sing along. It melts my heart to see how happy it makes her. The app is worths more than a 5 🌟. I give it a 10. It's loaded with alot information and learning in the sing long which I use mostly. It was worth ever MB of download.FANTASTIC!!!!
  • Jul 7, 2021

    By Lily Skinner
    I love this app! It has fun games, and it is educational. It teaches you reading, math, science, writing, and social studies. Thank you for making this app and keep up the good work!
  • Mar 8, 2021

    By Sabrina D
    The old app was good for my 1 year old he like the ABC songs and etc. The new app is alot to get use to I have gave it a chance amd my son love the sing a long. He would sit for hours watching it and learn the different animals and the sounds. Give it a chance. Work with them I'm glad I did cause my son which is now 2 on his way to 3 learned so much from this app. Work with them 101 and I promise you'll be happy.
  • Thank you for bringing the animals back!!! Oct 3, 2020

    By Slacker1022
    My toddler was playing with the app this morning, and I heard the familiar bear growl he was so sad to lose when the app was replaced (disguised as an update) with something completely different. The current app is so much bigger than the fun animal sounds and songs app, and they have FINALLY embedded that original app as one of the many fun activities. I went from giving one star for hijacking my sons favorite app, rather than creating a new, separate one, to five stars for this recent update making things right and returning what was lost. Well done, Fisher Price!
  • Puppy apps by Homer Nov 12, 2020

    By Baby ap
    The original Homer apps were great for my grandchildren! Even the update was very cute and appropriate for babies to 4 year olds. Now, even the updates do not work, although they are still offered on the App Store, all we get is a black screen! All my grandchildren loved them, it’s really a shame to discontinue something that works so well, it would be very appreciated if you could remedy this situation and return access to these apps. The newer available apps are preschool apps and very boring for the younger set. Thank you.
  • Waste of time Nov 29, 2020

    By Landlubber already taken?
    I’m sick of the canned responses on here from fisher price. “We had to say goodbye to some beloved games...blah blah...consolidate..blah blah”. Give me a break. How can you pull your clearly “beloved” apps during a freaking global pandemic when parents are at their wits end. I’ve been waiting for the stupid homer app to update with the content of the formerly “beloved” apps, and it still hasn’t happened. Why would you as a company remove content before it was in place in the new app?? My toddler HATES the homer app the way it is now and he cries when he sees it on the screen, so now I don’t even bother giving him the iPad, so I guess thank you for turning my child off to technology completely? Also he has the stuffed fisher price puppy which was featured in these apps. He now hates the puppy and calls it a “traitor” because he can’t understand why the puppy isn’t available for him to play with on the iPad any more. I try to explain the concept of consolidation, but I don’t think he quite gets it yet. So congrats, my kid now hates fisher price, and won’t ever play with another fisher price toy.
  • Jul 8, 2021

    By Marie Joy Sorino
    Please bring back the old version since our kids love to play the old version just by topping the objects to create sound :( it's really disappointing. You didn't have to delete the old one you can have projects of two versions :(
  • Don’t Bother Nov 1, 2020

    By A@pp_Mom03
    My daughter was super motivated by all of the original Fisher Price Apps and she was learning! She learned to crawl, fine motor, animals, sounds and ABCs. She’s 1 and special needs. Puppy is her absolute favorite. I really don’t understand after 8 years of having these apps why you would take them down. There’s nothing wrong with them! Homer has none of these and the apps they do have are super boring and teach nothing. I’m bored with them - imagine a 1-3 year old? It’s nothing but old fisher price videos that all she could do it watch but no participation. The rest are terrible for a 1 year old. No colors sounds or anything really interesting. Not even the old nursery rhymes. I actually paid for this crap. Many therapists used the old apps to motivate and teach - especially cause and effect. Why why why would you take these down? Especially why would you lie to your end users and tell them the apps have moved? I even called corporate and I’ll continue to do so until something changes. Shame on you Fisher Price!!!!!
  • Ugh Nov 3, 2020

    By Twilight Jewel
    We had a lot of the standalone apps, but they are “gone” and direct us to this one, only the material from those apps is not included in this app! What is the point?! Force a new app on parents and children with promise of “updates” to include the stuff from the apps we already have! How about once the material was integrated into your new app THEN you make the original app unusable. The old apps need to be in this new app if you are attempting to redirect parents and keep your audience. Maybe the new parents will fall for this crap, but us parents who know, know better. My children can’t even enjoy the Storybook Rhymes or Giggle Gang. And the baby apps won’t even work anymore (needs update, but I don’t think they are even in the App Store anymore) and they were some of the best ones out there! Roly and the Contrast Colors, and other ones. So disappointed! They worked fine. My children loved them, used them for sitting also. You really want to move away from what you once stood for apparently.
  • We miss the old apps Oct 8, 2020

    By RaydiantBeauty
    I originally downloaded the fisher price series of apps for my daughter who is now nine. I was excited to see that these apps were still available for my one year old son. We were able to download and play with them for a couple of weeks before the apps were no longer supported and we were switched to this new version by homer. BAD MOVE! This new app is nothing like the previous interactive apps. We enjoyed those apps because they were very interactive for younger babies. Simple taps would take you through a game and lead you to a song. This new app is for older toddlers maybe 2-3 and it requires more thought and knowledge to use. It leaves the younger babies out. The videos are just okay, but they don’t feature any of the songs we’ve grown to know and love. The other apps were better. I miss the where’s baby’s nose, colors and shapes, ABCs, and being able to learn all these things with simple taps on the screen. BRING THEM BACK PLEASE!
  • Unfortunate in every way Oct 10, 2020

    By Izzy3D
    Disabling already downloaded and working apps to force parents to upgrade and sign up for yet another “account” or “service” to give Fisher Price an email address is frustrating enough. Then on top of that to provide a lackluster experience with an app that feels and performs like a glorified web view with video clips of the previous apps is the icing on the cake. This is an unforced error of the highest degree. Fisher Price has managed to ruin something as simple as letters, numbers, colors, shapes, and animal sounds. Who was asking for this change? Why not just make something new and let it prove itself or flame out like every other developer? It makes me wonder if any of the individuals involved with making this change had young children. Young kids want to interact and explore, they don’t want to just watch a video clip and tap on the screen to view another video clip. That’s what teenagers do. They want to see what happens when they touch the screen, see if they can move something around or make the animals react. It doesn’t take a big production budget. Fisher Price, please stop trying to become a service. Don’t break or take away already loved products and properties. Be true to your brand. You make simple and fun toys for little kids. Just make simple and fun apps for iOS.
  • Feb 6, 2021

    By jonathon konawalchuk
    I would rate 0 if i could, the old app was great, 10/5 starts, my son loved it, now its is not worth getting at all. Every criticism is met with the same response of "sorry but we had too, this is better." They CHOSE to remove the games, and they know this is worse but dont care about supplying a quality product that people want, because we aren't paying for it. Remember, they know what our kids want better than we do.
  • So disappointing- no stars- I guess it gets one to be able to post this review Oct 5, 2020

    By GrammaBear5
    My grandson is just over 1 year old and I was hesitant to introduce the ipad to him but I found the Fisher Price apps were suited to a child just starting out using electronics. They kept his interest and were educational. He loved the Storybook 1, 2, and 3, Shapes and Colors, and was just getting into First Words. His first exposure to an iPad was the Puppy app with the ABC’s, 123’s, Shapes, and the sing-a-long. Since screen time is only used for educational purposes these were the go to apps that I thought were worth using, but the new and improved Learn and Play app leaves a lot to be desired. I don’t get how these sub topics in this app are worthy of keeping. He is very frustrated because he doesn’t have what he had grown to love. I understand trying to make improvements but don’t discount something just because it’s been around for awhile.
  • Jul 15, 2021

    By D Mally
    Mine wont let me play any of the alphabet games or any of the shape games. It only lets me see the sing a long thing. I've even uninstalled and reinstalled it and its still doing the same thing
  • Please bring back Puppy ABCs/123 Oct 16, 2020

    By Allomb
    My non verbal special needs son LOVED the Fisher Price Puppy app. We even incorporated the app into his therapy sessions because it was such a motivator for him. The app was easily engaged (my son just had to tap the screen) and it kept his attention with silly sounds, bouncing images, and songs. He loves music and is motivated by music. His speech therapist loved how the app encouraged him to touch the screen because this is a skill he will need as he transitions into assistive communication devices. The new app is NOTHING like the puppy games. He now becomes frustrated when he sees the puppy icon or picture card we made because the app no longer works. I am willing to pay for the Puppy app for it to be returned. This app may not be important to a lot of people, but to my son it was priceless. Please reconsider getting ride of the Fisher Price abc/123/shapes app.

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  • Jul 8, 2021

    By Madiha Jawad
    I love this app this app is best app for kids . Kids can enjoy and learn many things from this game. 🤩🥰🤩. I also enjoyed this game I played the little people stickers,puppy's stickers and art studio and it was fun ❤. Best game ever my bro is enjoying this game,app every day 🤩🤩🥰❤ 100 stars
  • Jul 25, 2021

    By Leena Marsh
    Fantastic for 14 month old, variety of things to do and super child friendly
  • May 15, 2021

    By tosin taiwo
    Editing my review as my now 2 years old has forgotten the old version and is absolutely in love with this app. He has learnt a lot, knows his letters and shapes partly from this app. Previous review. this is terrible my 20 month old always throws a terrible tantrum in response to the update. should have at least keep features from the previous version. we lost a great app I'm so disappointed
  • May 12, 2021

    By Nazdane DreamKreation
    My 1 year old loves this so much. Especially the sing along. It melts my heart to see how happy it makes her. The app is worths more than a 5 🌟. I give it a 10. It's loaded with alot information and learning in the sing long which I use mostly. It was worth ever MB of download.FANTASTIC!!!!
  • Jul 7, 2021

    By Lily Skinner
    I love this app! It has fun games, and it is educational. It teaches you reading, math, science, writing, and social studies. Thank you for making this app and keep up the good work!
  • Mar 8, 2021

    By Sabrina D
    The old app was good for my 1 year old he like the ABC songs and etc. The new app is alot to get use to I have gave it a chance amd my son love the sing a long. He would sit for hours watching it and learn the different animals and the sounds. Give it a chance. Work with them I'm glad I did cause my son which is now 2 on his way to 3 learned so much from this app. Work with them 101 and I promise you'll be happy.
  • Thank you for bringing the animals back!!! Oct 3, 2020

    By Slacker1022
    My toddler was playing with the app this morning, and I heard the familiar bear growl he was so sad to lose when the app was replaced (disguised as an update) with something completely different. The current app is so much bigger than the fun animal sounds and songs app, and they have FINALLY embedded that original app as one of the many fun activities. I went from giving one star for hijacking my sons favorite app, rather than creating a new, separate one, to five stars for this recent update making things right and returning what was lost. Well done, Fisher Price!
  • Puppy apps by Homer Nov 12, 2020

    By Baby ap
    The original Homer apps were great for my grandchildren! Even the update was very cute and appropriate for babies to 4 year olds. Now, even the updates do not work, although they are still offered on the App Store, all we get is a black screen! All my grandchildren loved them, it’s really a shame to discontinue something that works so well, it would be very appreciated if you could remedy this situation and return access to these apps. The newer available apps are preschool apps and very boring for the younger set. Thank you.

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  • Bring back the apps Oct 4, 2020

    By mrsjdebord
    I understand wanting to merge everything conveniently into one app....but that isn’t what has happened. They’ve blocked all the original apps from being used, saying they’ve moved into this app, but they haven’t. My 1 year old loved the First Words app with the blocks — they’ve now only placed in videos. My now 3 year old loved the videos...but that was before I discovered the interactive learning games. Point being, the Devs really need to incorporate the old apps into this new hub.
  • Apr 7, 2021

    By 白明誠Mike
    This is a forced downgrade from the old puppy and alphabet song apps, which Fisher Price has disabled. It seems like Fisher Price longer supports simple, direct apps for very young kids. This replacement app is bloated with sign on screens and myriad internal apps and options that present themselves at every launch. It has parent mode and kids mode, but parent mode is the launch default with no PIN. Yet another sign in for my kids to hear the alphabet song? Uninstalled.
  • Waste of time Nov 29, 2020

    By Landlubber already taken?
    I’m sick of the canned responses on here from fisher price. “We had to say goodbye to some beloved games...blah blah...consolidate..blah blah”. Give me a break. How can you pull your clearly “beloved” apps during a freaking global pandemic when parents are at their wits end. I’ve been waiting for the stupid homer app to update with the content of the formerly “beloved” apps, and it still hasn’t happened. Why would you as a company remove content before it was in place in the new app?? My toddler HATES the homer app the way it is now and he cries when he sees it on the screen, so now I don’t even bother giving him the iPad, so I guess thank you for turning my child off to technology completely? Also he has the stuffed fisher price puppy which was featured in these apps. He now hates the puppy and calls it a “traitor” because he can’t understand why the puppy isn’t available for him to play with on the iPad any more. I try to explain the concept of consolidation, but I don’t think he quite gets it yet. So congrats, my kid now hates fisher price, and won’t ever play with another fisher price toy.
  • Jul 8, 2021

    By Marie Joy Sorino
    Please bring back the old version since our kids love to play the old version just by topping the objects to create sound :( it's really disappointing. You didn't have to delete the old one you can have projects of two versions :(
  • Don’t Bother Nov 1, 2020

    By A@pp_Mom03
    My daughter was super motivated by all of the original Fisher Price Apps and she was learning! She learned to crawl, fine motor, animals, sounds and ABCs. She’s 1 and special needs. Puppy is her absolute favorite. I really don’t understand after 8 years of having these apps why you would take them down. There’s nothing wrong with them! Homer has none of these and the apps they do have are super boring and teach nothing. I’m bored with them - imagine a 1-3 year old? It’s nothing but old fisher price videos that all she could do it watch but no participation. The rest are terrible for a 1 year old. No colors sounds or anything really interesting. Not even the old nursery rhymes. I actually paid for this crap. Many therapists used the old apps to motivate and teach - especially cause and effect. Why why why would you take these down? Especially why would you lie to your end users and tell them the apps have moved? I even called corporate and I’ll continue to do so until something changes. Shame on you Fisher Price!!!!!
  • Ugh Nov 3, 2020

    By Twilight Jewel
    We had a lot of the standalone apps, but they are “gone” and direct us to this one, only the material from those apps is not included in this app! What is the point?! Force a new app on parents and children with promise of “updates” to include the stuff from the apps we already have! How about once the material was integrated into your new app THEN you make the original app unusable. The old apps need to be in this new app if you are attempting to redirect parents and keep your audience. Maybe the new parents will fall for this crap, but us parents who know, know better. My children can’t even enjoy the Storybook Rhymes or Giggle Gang. And the baby apps won’t even work anymore (needs update, but I don’t think they are even in the App Store anymore) and they were some of the best ones out there! Roly and the Contrast Colors, and other ones. So disappointed! They worked fine. My children loved them, used them for sitting also. You really want to move away from what you once stood for apparently.
  • We miss the old apps Oct 8, 2020

    By RaydiantBeauty
    I originally downloaded the fisher price series of apps for my daughter who is now nine. I was excited to see that these apps were still available for my one year old son. We were able to download and play with them for a couple of weeks before the apps were no longer supported and we were switched to this new version by homer. BAD MOVE! This new app is nothing like the previous interactive apps. We enjoyed those apps because they were very interactive for younger babies. Simple taps would take you through a game and lead you to a song. This new app is for older toddlers maybe 2-3 and it requires more thought and knowledge to use. It leaves the younger babies out. The videos are just okay, but they don’t feature any of the songs we’ve grown to know and love. The other apps were better. I miss the where’s baby’s nose, colors and shapes, ABCs, and being able to learn all these things with simple taps on the screen. BRING THEM BACK PLEASE!
  • Unfortunate in every way Oct 10, 2020

    By Izzy3D
    Disabling already downloaded and working apps to force parents to upgrade and sign up for yet another “account” or “service” to give Fisher Price an email address is frustrating enough. Then on top of that to provide a lackluster experience with an app that feels and performs like a glorified web view with video clips of the previous apps is the icing on the cake. This is an unforced error of the highest degree. Fisher Price has managed to ruin something as simple as letters, numbers, colors, shapes, and animal sounds. Who was asking for this change? Why not just make something new and let it prove itself or flame out like every other developer? It makes me wonder if any of the individuals involved with making this change had young children. Young kids want to interact and explore, they don’t want to just watch a video clip and tap on the screen to view another video clip. That’s what teenagers do. They want to see what happens when they touch the screen, see if they can move something around or make the animals react. It doesn’t take a big production budget. Fisher Price, please stop trying to become a service. Don’t break or take away already loved products and properties. Be true to your brand. You make simple and fun toys for little kids. Just make simple and fun apps for iOS.
  • Feb 6, 2021

    By jonathon konawalchuk
    I would rate 0 if i could, the old app was great, 10/5 starts, my son loved it, now its is not worth getting at all. Every criticism is met with the same response of "sorry but we had too, this is better." They CHOSE to remove the games, and they know this is worse but dont care about supplying a quality product that people want, because we aren't paying for it. Remember, they know what our kids want better than we do.
  • So disappointing- no stars- I guess it gets one to be able to post this review Oct 5, 2020

    By GrammaBear5
    My grandson is just over 1 year old and I was hesitant to introduce the ipad to him but I found the Fisher Price apps were suited to a child just starting out using electronics. They kept his interest and were educational. He loved the Storybook 1, 2, and 3, Shapes and Colors, and was just getting into First Words. His first exposure to an iPad was the Puppy app with the ABC’s, 123’s, Shapes, and the sing-a-long. Since screen time is only used for educational purposes these were the go to apps that I thought were worth using, but the new and improved Learn and Play app leaves a lot to be desired. I don’t get how these sub topics in this app are worthy of keeping. He is very frustrated because he doesn’t have what he had grown to love. I understand trying to make improvements but don’t discount something just because it’s been around for awhile.
  • Jul 15, 2021

    By D Mally
    Mine wont let me play any of the alphabet games or any of the shape games. It only lets me see the sing a long thing. I've even uninstalled and reinstalled it and its still doing the same thing
  • Please bring back Puppy ABCs/123 Oct 16, 2020

    By Allomb
    My non verbal special needs son LOVED the Fisher Price Puppy app. We even incorporated the app into his therapy sessions because it was such a motivator for him. The app was easily engaged (my son just had to tap the screen) and it kept his attention with silly sounds, bouncing images, and songs. He loves music and is motivated by music. His speech therapist loved how the app encouraged him to touch the screen because this is a skill he will need as he transitions into assistive communication devices. The new app is NOTHING like the puppy games. He now becomes frustrated when he sees the puppy icon or picture card we made because the app no longer works. I am willing to pay for the Puppy app for it to be returned. This app may not be important to a lot of people, but to my son it was priceless. Please reconsider getting ride of the Fisher Price abc/123/shapes app.

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Learn & Play by Fisher-Price: ABCs, Colors, Shapes

Learn & Play by Fisher-Price: ABCs, Colors, Shapes