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With the power of the AI features in Huawei phones, the company launched an app that could help children learn to read and sign at their own pace.

People simply hold their phone up to the words on the page and the App’s avatar, ‘Star’ signs the story as the printed words are highlighted.

Huawei has now revealed the addition of popular children’s book, The Lonely Penguin to its StorySign library. The occasion was marked with a very special visit from clinically deaf former Rugby player and Strictly Come Dancing alumni, Ben Cohen, at the Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children in London.

The year one pupils were able to interact with the story themselves before being treated to a story time session like no other, which saw Ben Cohen help them discover the joys of The Lonely Penguin story through the StorySign app, all showcased on Huawei’s flagship handset, the P30 Pro.

The Lonely Penguin joins classic children’s title, Where’s Spot on the StorySign app with four more titles to be added this summer and throughout the rest of 2019.

To find out more and learn how you can help, visit Donations can be made via the StorySign campaign hub on the Huawei website and all money raised will support deaf child literacy projects across Europe, with a percentage invested into more books for StorySign.

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