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I could not let this list pass by without sharing it here with you. Mashable has recently featured some great free children eBooks that would help your kids get their feet wet in the reading pond. Some of these titles are very popular and have been around for sometime now others are less popular. After reviewing each of the titles included in the list I excluded two of them and shared the rest . You can find these eBooks on several platforms including : Nook, Kindle, and iTunes. 1- Goodnight Goodnight Goodnight Baby Blue (Splatter and Friends)
Now that mobile devices are all over the map, reading becomes much more enjoyable .You can take with you your entire digital library anywhere you go and access it any time you want. This is a convenience our ancestors were dreaming to have. But what about reading resources ? Do you know where you can grab some good and educational content to read ? This is what this post is trying to answer. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has curated a list of some great online platform where you can read or download e-books.
Supporting the “Transformation” of libraries is a priority of the Association’s 2015 Strategic Plan , and the rapid shift from print to digital content is one of the more dramatic developments now transforming libraries of all types. New digital forms of information offer rich and extraordinary opportunities for libraries to expand community access to information and to revolutionize in positive ways the relationship between libraries and users. At the same time, these new forms of digital content pose new challenges. As libraries struggle to meet the challenges of providing digital content in an environment characterized by significant uncertainty and changing on a daily basis, there is a need for an Association-wide group of experts, broadly representative of the many constituencies within the library community, that can proactively address these digital content opportunities and issues at the highest level and from both a policy and practical perspective.
This collection features free e-books, mostly classics, that you can read on your iPad/iPhone ( purchase ), Kindle ( purchase ), Nook ( purchase ) or other devices .