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2/21/2012

Kids Books to Read Online - for FREE!

Image courtesy of Alec Couros / Creative Commons
As ebooks become increasingly popular, teachers and parents are looking for books their kids can read online or from their iPad, Kindle Kire or Nook.  For younger readers, some ebooks let kids interact with the content or provide read-along audio.  For older students, many ebooks and etextbooks can be bookmarked and annotated for study and paper writing.

Reduced school budgets and family incomes may mean fewer ebooks for kids.  But that doesn't have to be the case.  There are thousands of free online ebooks for kids, as well as ebooks you can download to your PC, Mac or favorite ereader.


I've reviewed some of the best online and downloadable free ebooks sites in my post:

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Daniele Fornaciari said...

Mulele - A project for my kid.
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Hi, my name is Daniele Fornaciari and I'm a proud daddy of a 2 years and half old baby. This summer I started by joking a little very funny project for my kid. I'm a senior software developer and due my skill the project is about a simple learning game for kid developed for mobile device. To develop it I needed a character, so thanks to a designer freelancer, I developed this very funny and amazing character called Mulele (Mulele is a short version of my son's name: Samuele used by a his friend). During these days the nursery school setup a little Xmass market so I develop pro-bono stickers and pen holders. Everyone bought one and ask me to prepare also the picture frame, I hope to finish it as soon as possible.
So I started a IndiGoGo campaign to search support to continue to develop my project. I know that parents like my project because them know that it's build up by a dad for his kid, a dad like them.
Another aspect that I love of this project is that it join my wife and me much more than before, in fact she paint the pen holds and believe or not I made the cross stitch ;)
I will be very glad if you would like to support us writing some raws about our project hoping that someone would like to buy some perks helping us to finish the phase 0 of the project.
Some links:
1] twitter: https://twitter.com/Mulele1
2] indiegogo: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mulele-phase-0/

Soon website, blog and store will be available.

Regards.
Daniele Fornaciari