Christmas is around the corner. The best gift you can give to yourself just might be relaxing yourself by keeping your young kids happy—and occupied. Sounds good, right, but how? It’s pretty easy. Video games and TV work fine, but don’t give much benefit. Why not give them something to read. Every kid likes picture books, comic books and fantasy books. You can download free eBooks easily or buy the most popular eBooks for in the app store iPad. If your holiday schedule hasn’t left you enough time to download or purchase a bunch of ebooks, then get one of the top 5 reading apps installed on iPad for your kids to read.
ICDL – Free Books for Children – International Children’s Digital Library is a totally free digital library for children. If you’ve searched children’s books on the internet, you must have found the International Children’s Digital Library. It is a first-rate website with a huge collection of free children’s books children can read free online anytime. This means, if you’ve downloaded and installed the free app for iPad, your young kids can access children’s books from over 60 countries in every category complete with beautiful language & captivating illustrations, as only iPad can display.
Read Me Stories – Children’s books focuses on helping your child develop the habit of reading and features a pre-organized library. When your kid opens a story, the name of the series will be automatically listed in the toolbar, helping you know which category or series he or she likes.
MeeGenius! Kid’s Books owns a library stuffed with over 200 kids’ books, including many well-known titles. When your kid opens a book via the library, important vocabulary words are highlighted. What’s more amazing is that the read-along technology provides professional narration to help your kids recognize the words.After you add these three reading apps on iPad for your kids, then you do not have to download short stories for you kids online or even go to Amazon to buy the hottest children’s books for the upcoming 2012 Christmas. It is a good way to save time and money while helping your kids have more fun in reading.
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