By Edward Nawotka
Today’s lead story discusses the Ripple Reader, an e-book reader designed so parents can record themselves reading children’s picture books.
As the father of a two-and-a-half year old, I have expressed my own reservations about reading e-books to children in the past. But something like this, particularly if I could get my daughter to record herself reading, interests me (I plan to have a review of the site soon). But I’m curious how other parents feel about Ripple Reader and if they might give it a try.
Let us know in the comments.