According to a survey organized by PlayCollective and Digital Book World, over 47% of parents plan to purchase an ereader device for their kids this holiday season. And why not? Reportedly, about 67% of kids ages 2 to 13 currently read ebooks. Might an ereader be a good idea for your child? CNET compares some of the best of 2014.
And if you do purchase an ereader, how great would it be to have some books already loaded and ready for reading? Naturally, Amazon and Barnes & Noble are more than capable of pointing out some good titles for kids of all ages. But we'd like to offer some suggestions and make note of some specials!
The first two books of our The Secret Path of Ned the Ninja middle grade series ....
Please Note: Book One, Reluctant Hero, will be just .99 on Amazon.com and BN.com from December 19th, 2014 through January 2nd, 2015! (ebook only)
An oldie, but a goodie...
The Little Red Hen by JP MIler
A rather magical story... Chalk by Bill Thomson (just $2.00 on Amazon!)
YOUNG ADULT / TEEN:
Check out a fabuloius collection of Fantasy and Dystopian ebook titles by the Infinite Ink Authors collective! You'll discover some new YA authors, exciting new worlds, and books you won't want to put down. Kea Alwang is one of the authors, and Treehugger, the first book of her SciFi Fantasy series, is currently just .99 for Kindle!