Moonlite transforms any mobile phone into a storybook projector, as popular children’s stories are vibrantly projected onto a child’s bedroom ceiling or walls – creating an immersive and engaging reading experience. It combines traditional storytelling with modern technology to create a completely new way of reading with your child before bed.

We are giving away 5 x Eric Carle Starter Packs with Moonlite story reels. Each prize pack includes:

  • Moonlite Eric Carle Starter Pack – RRP$29.99
  • Moonlite Story Reel – Elmer and the Rainbow – RRP$14.99
  • Moonlite Story Reel – Wherever You Go – RRP$14.99
  • Moonlite Story Reel – Spot Loves Shopping – RRP$14.99

The Moonlite projector is portable, lightweight and easily clips to any IOS or android mobile phone, as stories are bought to life through the projector and the phone’s torch. The free downloadable app takes storytelling to the next level, complete with sound effects and read-a-long features which are implemented through the words appearing on the phone. A glowing word signifies sound effects – an element that creates a complete audio-visual experience. While seamless page detection software automatically turns the page on the screen when you turn the reel, allowing parents to be present and enjoy the special nightly experience.

The creator of Moonlite, mum Natalie Rebot was inspired by her own daughter, five-year-old Chloe’s fascination with shadow play based stories. Natalie saw an opportunity for a child’s whole room to become part of the storytelling experience.

“My daughter loved being in her room at night, with a small light and we would create shadow puppets with our hands to tell stories. We were already passionate readers in our family, so this was just adding another dimension to the night-time ritual,” explains Natalie.

Little ones can enjoy 22 titles, including favourites Spot Loves Bedtime, Tale of Peter Rabbit, the Ugly Duckling, Mr Men, and The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Retailing for $29.99 is the Moonlite Starter Pack which includes one projector and two Eric Carle story reels. Moonlite Gift Pack Fairy Tales features one projector and five-story reels and retails for $59.99. While additional story reels are $14.99. The Moonlite collection is presented in book style packaging to conveniently fit into any bookshelf.

Moonlite is available at Kmart and all good toy retailers

Please note this competition is open from 7 December 2018 until 31 January 2019 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.


  • My children’s favourite is when we make up our favourite holiday place, we talk about all the fun things we’d do, swim, fish & stay at their grandparents



  • My 4 year old loves any story – currently her favourite is where is the green sheep which she reads over and over again and loves to read to her baby sister



  • Possum Magic, It has everything excitement, magic, invisibility, who could ask for more!!!



  • My child’s favourite bedtime story is any that I am reading – it is also about the time together, bonding and not just the storyline



  • I’m not great at bedtime stories so this would be amazing!! My son loves any story with animals in it from farmyard stories to trips to zoo stories!



  • Really, really Pearlie by Wendy Harmer (3 books in one) Pearlie & the lost Handbag, Pearlie & Jasper, Pearie and the Christmas Angel – they just love hearing about all Pearlie andall her friends adventures in the park.



  • Where going on a bear hunt . She likes all the sounds u have to make.



  • Dumbo



  • Currently Hazel Edward’s “There’s a hippopotamus on the roof eating cake”



  • Three little pigs



  • The hungry little cattapillar by far



  • We don’t have a bedtime story, but instead sing three rhymes with actions – Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Incy Wincy Spider & Rock a Bye Baby.



  • Definitely the hungry Caterpillar. They love it so much, the poor book is falling apart.



  • ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’. My son absolutely loves reading it and singing it. He makes me read it every night.



  • My daughters current favourite bed time story is ‘Taylor tiptoe’ a story about a little girl who loves to dance and who learns to believe in herself and be true to herself ????


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