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Worldreader: Kindles and E-books in Schools

Worldreader transforms reading in the developing world by giving access to digital books using the Kindle. We're expanding minds and education in schools.

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    libraries.wright.edu Random House | No Shelf Required

    Here’s the information from their about page: Worldreader.org’s mission is to make digital books available to all in the developing world, enabling millions of people to improve their lives. We identify schools, train teachers, work with communities, and partner with publishers to bring millions ... Read article

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    publerati.com About Us

    ABOUT US . . . Publerati is a novel concept, quite literally. We only publish excellent new fiction. When you read any of our titles, available from leading e-sellers such as Amazon, Apple, Nook, Kobo, and others, we donate no less than 15% of our net proceeds to help the Worldreader Organization... Read article

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    the-digital-reader.com 2010 Archives - The Digital Reader

    From the press release: Worldreader.org , a non-governmental organization whose mission is to bring electronic books to children and families in the developing world, has today made available the first of thousands of books by African authors in Amazon.com’s Kindle Store. Broadly available for th... Read article

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    auslit.net Charity | The Australian Literature Review

    The contrast was striking: one family traveling the world with e-books, while children who desperately needed help had no access to books at all. Out of those experiences and conversations came worldreader.org.” “Worldreader.org treats its donors’ funds seriously and with respect. We have zero to... Read article

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    tgcom24.mediaset.it E-reader, un valido strumento per l’alfabetizzazione infantile - TgTech - Tgcom24

    E-reader, un valido strumento per l’alfabetizzazione infantile. Combattere l’ analfabetismo a colpi di tap . E’ possibile, secondo una ricerca condotta da http://www.worldreader.org/&quo E-reader, un valido strumento per l’alfabetizzazione infantile Hollande: io responsabile sconfitta Read article

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    keiththomsonbooks.com My Cover Story — Keith Thomson

    Which brings us to the cover of my first book, Pirates of Pensacola, a modern-day pirate novel published by St. Martin’s Press in 2005, back in the days that all books were printed on paper. Recently I reacquired the rights to the book from St. Martin's so that an e-book could be produced by Worl... Read article

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    xrefer.blogspot.com Peter Scott's Library Blog: Worldreader.org

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    m.bwwbooksworld.com Worldreader Launches Worldreader Mobile (m.bwwbooksworld.com)

    Worldreader (worldreader.org), the nonprofit aiming to boost literacy by providing digital books to children and families throughout Africa and the rest of the developing world, today announced a new method of getting e-books to millions of people on a device they already own: their mobile phone.... Read article

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    no-straight-lines.com How do children learn to read when you have no books? | No Straight Lines

    In Chp 5: about mobile communications and its empowering capability - we look at Worldreader.org a company that is in fact taking up this very challenge. How do children learn to read when you have no books? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Alan Moore on Twitter Recent Posts: Read article

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    zunia.org Worldreader.org - Zunia.org

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    ihub.co.ke *iHub_ Nairobi

    To apply - please send your resume and a cover letter explaining what you think Worldreader is about and why you would like to become the Worldreader Kenya Operations Assistant. Applications should be sent to hr@worldreader.org . The first application round closes on December 3 rd. However applic... Read article

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    mexxbooks.de HambelBandel und die Worldreader.org – Entwicklungshilfe mit Kindle und eBooks : MexxBooks

    5 Comments on "HambelBandel und die Worldreader.org – Entwicklungshilfe mit Kindle und eBooks" HambelBandel und die Worldreader.org – Entwicklungshilfe mit Kindle und eBooks Read article

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    NPO Worldreader.org 20103AyenyahOrphanAid African School16610 Worldreader.orgWorldreader.org Worldreader.org2010116500178 Creative Commons: Some Rights Reserved. Photo by kodomut. Amazon KindleReaderGALAPAGOS Read article

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    stevehargadon.com Steve Hargadon: Today - David Risher from WorldReader.org on "Books for All"

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    librarybazaar.com Worldreader.org, bringing e-readers to Ghana | Library Bazaar

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