Electronic Scrabble Dictionary maker Franklin Electronics is launching the AnyBook Reader, a reading device for children.
Online PR News – 10-October-2010 – – Electronic Scrabble Dictionary maker Franklin Electronics is launching the AnyBook Reader, a reading device for children.
The AnyBook Reader also gives a parent a unique opportunity to control the learning content by focusing in on specific themes of their choice. The device is language independent with only 3 intuitive buttons. The AnyBook Reader is easy to use since it requires no programming or content downloading.
The AnyBook Reader allows a traveling parent or far away grandparent a chance to bond and help teach their child or grandchild, even when they are not face-to-face. This is a great asset for today’s changing family nucleus. It also brings that personalized touch for grandparents, who are otherwise unable to travel long distances. Military families or any other long-distance family member will find this to be invaluable, also. It is a perfect way to be there for that that special child in their lives.
The new reader will be available online at Amazon.com, BN.com, and in retail at select Barnes & Noble stores.
Franklin Electronic Publishers Incorporated is a world leader in electronic handheld devices, having sold approximately 42,000,000 electronic books. Current titles available directly or through partners number more than 116,000 in sixteen languages, under license from world-class publishers such as Merriam-Webster, Oxford University Press, Larousse, Langenscheidt, PONS, and HarperCollins, and are focused in four areas: language expansion, language learning, reading enhancement, and writing enhancement. The Company also licenses its underlying technology to an array of partners, which include Adobe and Sun Microsystems. Franklin's products are available at 49,000 retail outlets worldwide, through catalogs, and online.
There is a website dedicated to the Electronic Scrabble Dictionary. In September 2010, the site launches and includes Boggle and Big Boggle. It even has a How-to instructional video for playing Boggle. For more information, you can visit the website at http://www.ElectronicScrabbleDictionary.com.