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66 great apps for children for iPhone & iPad 2016/2017

Best kids apps for iPhone & iPad 2016/2017: 66 great apps for children We’ve gathered the 66 very best iPhone and iPad apps for kids: a world of education, creativity and (of course) fun awaits your babies and children with these great iOS apps   CONTENTS > Babies and toddlers > Ages 6 to 8 > Ages 5

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Top 5 Best Free Reading Apps for iPhone & Android

Top 5 Best Free Reading Apps for iPhone & Android     Books and magazines are heavy and if you’re traveling or moving, it is very difficult to bring a few along with you. Audiobooks and Ebooks solve that problem and give you more space in your suitcase. Download any book you want right to your phone

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7 best Android apps for book lovers

7 best Android apps for book lovers April 23 is a symbolic day for world literature. It is on this date that Cervantes, Shakespeare and Inca Garcilaso de la Vega died. So not only is it celebrated as World English Language Day, it has also been chosen as the World Book and Copyright Day by

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Printed books, e-books or no books?

Printed books, e-books or no books? “Why the switch to e-books?” was the question posed to Mahwash Kamal, a double major in defence and strategic studies from the Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) and education from the University of Melbourne. Her response was “I was an avid printed book reader and I switched to e-book reading a

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25 Expert Tips to Reading WAY More Books This Year

25 Expert Tips to Reading WAY More Books This Year   Instead of trying to power through a book that you’re not enjoying, put it down By John Rampton CREDIT: Getty Images       I’ve always enjoyed reading. But, to be perfectly honest, I didn’t used to read as much as I should have. Besides

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Novel ways to keep kids interested in reading

Novel ways to keep kids interested in reading   Do you struggle to get your child to read for pleasure? Enjoying books as well as using them for school work could mean greater academic success. By Lisa Salmon June 19 2017 More primary school children than ever (77.6%) are now reading for pleasure and new

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