Monthly Archives: October 2021

Why I like to read books on this subject more than on my phone or tablet

The Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition. With smartphones and tablets, we pack digital Swiss Army knives: tools that can multitask, from email and web browsing to streaming video and taking photos. Amazon’s all-new Kindle Paperwhite, which starts shipping on Wednesday from $ 139.99, proves it’s okay to own a device that …

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Printed storybooks encourage more meaningful interactions between children and parents

The benefits of exposing children to books at a young age are clear. A 2018 study found that reading aloud to children improves their behavior, and according to another study published the same year, children in homes full of books grow up to have better reading comprehension skills. Now, new …

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Offer the pleasure of reading books

Techie on a mission to distribute 1 million books, magazines to schools and libraries “Children who start reading early understand situations better and are also able to analyze the pros and cons,” says Mr. Satish Babu, a technician who has embarked on the mission of instilling the habit of reading. …

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Dorothy turns classic books into stamps to celebrate great literature and our love of reading

Celebrating the most influential, widely read and essential books from the 17th century to the present day, there are two new prints to feast you on, each containing 42 books reimagined as collectible postage stamps and forming one oversized sheet, just like you. might find if you buy bulk stamps …

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Classic books summed up in hilarious one-line reviews

It was the best review, it was the worst review. Or, in these particular cases, they were the shortest, strangest, and / or just the most direct of them. We’ve rounded up the funniest and weirdest classic book reviews we could find on GoodReads – the home of some of …

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Popular children’s storybook service exposes millions of user records

Mongolian children returned to class after a Covid shutdown – Copyright AFP / File Byambasuren BYAMBA-OCHIR An open and unprotected MongoDB database owned by the children’s storytime app, FarFaria, has exposed personally identifiable information 2.9 million users. FarFaria is an app for “the perfect storytime experience”. Data breaches continue to …

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