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BOB Books Set 1: Beginning Readers

Creator: Bobby Lynn Maslen, John R. Maslen | 2006-05-01

Bob Books Set 1: Beginning ReadersTeach a child letter sounds with Bob Books Set 1! With four letters in the first story, children can read a whole book.

Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks

About this book
Bob Books Set 1: Beginning ReadersTeach a child letter sounds with Bob Books Set 1! With four letters in the first story, children can read a whole book. Consistent new sounds are added gradually, until young readers have read books with all letters of the alphabet (except Q). Short vowels and three-letter words in simple sentences make Bob Books Set 1 a fun confidence builder. With little books, come big success. (TM)



315 pages

Propitious esculent, the potato in world history

Creator: John Reader | Cooking - 2008

But the story of the solarum tuberosum is one of struggle, disease and survival. Naturally fat-free, potatoes consist mainly of energy-giving carbohydrates, as well as protein and half of our RDA of Vitamin C and Potassium.

About this book
A highly readable exploration of the biology, history and social influence of our most humble and versatile foodstuff. Baked, roasted, boiled, mashed, steamed, french-fried the potato is one of the most familiar and ubiquitous foods we have, and part of our sense of humble, mundane normality. But the story of the solarum tuberosum is one of struggle, disease and survival. Naturally fat-free, potatoes consist mainly of energy-giving carbohydrates, as well as protein and half of our RDA of Vitamin C and Potassium. People have been known to sustain active lives for months fuelled only by potatoes and a little margarine. These bundles of nutrition, which grow safely and cheaply underground in almost any weather and soil conditions, have fuelled industrial revolutions and population explosions. Reader follows the potato's fascinating journey, from its origins and evolution in the Andes thousands of years ago, to its slightly mysterious arrival in Europe where it became a crucial part of the gastronomic and social fabric. 2008 has been designated International Year of the Potato by the UN and, as global population swells and famine remains a constant risk, Reader asks what role the spud still has to play.



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Decoding the Kindle, A Comprehensive Guide to Getting the Most Out of Your Kindle

Creator: Jim Cheshire | Computers - 2008-10-09

Reading content seems like such a simple concept, but the Kindle has plenty of features that aren't easily discovered and can make the Kindle reading experience more enjoyable. Let's look at these features in detail so that you can get ...

Publisher: Que

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This is the eBook version of the printed book.The revolutionary Amazon Kindle is getting rave reviews, but most Kindle users feel that a far better manual is needed in order to get the most out of this extraordinary device. Introducing "Decoding the Kindle: A Comprehensive Guide to Getting the Most Out of Your Kindle." Meticulously researched and painstakingly written to be the one Kindle resource you can't live without, "Decoding the Kindle" was written by Jim Cheshire, a passionate Kindle owner. It is a thorough guide covering all aspects of the Kindle. Unlike many of the other Kindle resources available, "Decoding the Kindle" is not a brief article on the Kindle. It's a comprehensive e-book designed to teach you everything you need to know about the Amazon Kindle. "Decoding the Kindle" was written for all Kindle users, even those who have absolutely no technical expertise and are inexperienced in using a computer. Here are just a few of the many things you'll learn in this book: - Tips and tricks to help make your basic Kindle reading experience more enjoyable. - Details on where you can locate free books as well as tips on how you can search for hard-to-find free books. - How you can use free software to convert books and edit author name, title, and other information. - How you can use your own pictures for the Kindle screensaver, including details on what format of image you should use, how to convert your images, and links to free software you can use for image manipulation for the Mac and the PC. - The best ways to take advantage of the Kindle's built-in Web browser, including how to use email, blog readers, eBay, social networking, and even manage your Netflix movie queue. - How to listen to music while you read. - How to listen to podcasts on your Kindle (and how to make the Kindle automatically remember your current place in your favorite podcast.) - A comprehensive FAQ on the Kindle using carefully researched questions asked by Kindle users. - Innovative ideas on using the Kindle for an information-storage device. - Much, much more! Much of the information available on the Amazon Kindle is actually misinformation. If you want a comprehensive guide with step-by-step, detailed instructions on how to get the most from your Kindle without all the fluff, there's only one clear choice: "Decoding the Kindle: A Comprehensive Guide to Getting the Most Out of Your Kindle." Spend more time reading what you want and less time trying to figure out the Kindle.


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    Kindle, 6" Glare-Free Touchscreen Display, Wi-Fi - Includes Special Offers

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    Rating (0 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
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    Know what you are buying!!!!

    I've had this Kindle for a while now. Many of the reviews say it all so I don't think I could add much. But I feel like I need to speak on behalf of this Kindle to shield it from reviewers and owners who seem to have no idea what they bought. If this could help clear up any confusion for a first time buyer then writing this is worth it. So I have to begin by asking reviewers that confuse us all?Do you have any clue what you bought? Let's all say it out loud: THIS KINDLE DOES NOT HAVE A LIGHT!!!!!! It is an entry level model with no light. Amazon has always sold non lighted Kindles, and I still have many of them. They are a cheap way to get into the e-reader scene. Can you read a real book in the dark? Of course not. So these non lighted Kindles are not epic failures for not having a light just as the last novel you bought was not an epic failure for not having a built in light. It is ridiculous to buy this Kindle then give it a 1 star review because it doesn't have a... 5/5 Rustic - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Kindle, 6" Glare-Free Touchscreen Display, Wi-Fi - Includes Special Offers (Electronics) I've had this Kindle for a while now. Many of the reviews say it all so I don't think I could add much. But I feel like I need to speak on behalf of this Kindle to shield it from reviewers and owners who seem to have no idea what they bought. If this could help clear up any confusion for a first time buyer then writing this is worth it. So I have to begin by asking reviewers that confuse us all?Do you have any clue what you bought? Let's all say it out loud: THIS KINDLE DOES NOT HAVE A LIGHT!!!!!! It is an entry level model with no light. Amazon has always sold non lighted Kindles, and I still have many of them. They are a cheap way to get into the e-reader scene. Can you read a real book in the dark? Of course not. So these non lighted Kindles are not epic failures for not having a light just as the last novel you bought was not an epic failure for not having a built in light. It is ridiculous to buy this Kindle then give it a 1 star review because it doesn't have a... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 7, 2014

    Detailed Review of the Kindle

    As has been the case for years, Amazon sloooowwwwly adds new changes and features to the Kindle. This one is no exception. If you've used a Kindle in the past, you're not going to notice much of a change with this one, but since there are some minor upgrades and so forth, I'll briefly go over them:*** SCREEN ***The new Kindle is touchscreen and has the typical matte finish with the slightly gray/off-white paper looking background. It's certainly not bright white, but it's also not LCD looking (dark gray.) It does NOT have buttons for page-turning as the older generations do. If you simply must have the page-turning buttons, please search for the older Kindles that offer that. One last thing regarding the screen: this is not a Kindle PaperWhite or Voyage where you have a back-lit screen... this has an unlit, off-white Kindle screen. I will say, the text is noticeably crisper and bolder than I've seen with previous generation Kindles and I believe that's because... 5/5 MoonX (Technology and Automotive Reviewer) - See all my reviews, November 28, 2014

    Good Value at $79 with a Few Nits

    I am writing this from the perspective of being a long-time experienced Kindle user vs. someone brand new. From an overall perspective, considering the pricing of the Kindle with Special Offers at $79 vs. higher amounts for the different flavors of Kindle available today, this one is a bargain. If you have wanted to get your kids a Kindle to encourage reading as well as sharing of books but hesitated because $119 to $400+ is a lot of money to risk with a child, maybe at $79 this is your price point.From a size standpoint, the reading screen is the exact same size as the other e-Ink Kindles. It is slightly thicker - but slightly lighter - than the Kindle Paperwhite, but to me it's not really a noticeable difference when you're holding it in a protective cover.Opening up the box, included with the Kindle is a micro-USB cord but no power adapter. That's really annoying. Interestingly, and it seems rather chicken of Amazon, a power adaptor has to be purchased... 4/5 Michael Gallagher (Houston, TX) - See all my reviews, October 3, 2014
    List Price: $79.00
    Kindle-exclusive features-Kindle now has the same software features as Kindle Paperwhite, including Goodreads integration, Kindle FreeTime, Vocabulary Builder, Page Flip, and more.
    Faster page turns-A 20% faster processor delivers smooth, quick page turns.
    Twice the storage-Carry thousands of books on the go, with double the on-device storage.
    New touchscreen-With a glare-free touchscreen that looks like real paper, you can read as easily in bright sunlight as in your living room.


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    Kindle Paperwhite, 6" High-Resolution Display (212 ppi) with Built-in Light, Wi-Fi - Includes Special Offers

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    More evolutionary than revolutionary, but worth the upgrade

    This is the fifth e-ink Kindle reader that I've bought. My wife and I were early adopters of Kindle, and when we buy a new Kindle, the old one goes to the next niece or nephew in line. I loved the original Paperwhite, with its small size, touch screen, front-lighting, and virtual keyboard. The all-new Paperwhite is a definite step up, and for me, it was worth the move, but others will have to decide for themselves. If you read a lot, and you don't already have one of the newer e-ink Kindles, it's definitely worth upgrading to the Paperwhite. If you have the original Paperwhite, the upgrade is well worth considering. Although I've only had the new Paperwhite a few hours, I'm already glad I upgraded. Here's a summary of my initial impressions of the new Paperwhite.SIZE: It's the same size as the original Paperwhite - 6.7"x4.6"x0.36". The weight has been reduced slightly from 7.8 ounces to 7.3 ounces. The Paperwhite is very comfortable to hold in one hand, which is how I... 5/5 J. Chambers (Georgia, United States) - See all my reviews, September 30, 2013

    A new step forward for me in reading on my Kindle!

    Customer Video Review Length:: 8:37 MinsI have loved and used my Kindle Keyboard for years now but I missed not being able to read it in a room with low lighting or in the dark. I purchased a Kindle Fire and I also use an iPad 3 but for ease of reading on my eyes I prefer the Kindle Keyboard. I wanted to get a Kindle Paperwhite e-Reader but I held off until this new generation was released before I spent my money. I got this because I wanted to reduce my eyestrain from reading in the evening and I just love this new tablet. It offers the perfect balance of a lit screen with reduced eyestrain and high clarity and contrast of the text.I have added a video of the Kindle Paperwhite compared to a Kindle Keyboard and a Kindle Fire. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me and I will try to answer them.I love that the text on the screen is crisp and clear. I use the Kindle because my declining vision caused me to stop reading books. Reading was my number one... 5/5 JJCEO (Greenwood, Indiana) - See all my reviews, September 30, 2013

    Good as a first Paperwhite, not worthy of an upgrade

    This review is for the second generation Kindle Paperwhite. Like all kindle e-readers before it, this is a great product. However, I am a bit disappointed as there is not a huge improvement over last year's model. For this review, I focused on features and enhancements exclusive to the new Paperwhite and tried to make comparisons to last year's model. Also, I found somethings misrepresented or confusing in the advertising, so I will try to clear them up.HARDWAREDesign - The Kindle white has a nice look and shape. It fits well and is easy to hold in one hand. It's fairly light, so it doesn't tire the hands too much. I can grip it for long periods before having to switching hands. Its design is very similar to the previous Paperwhite - almost identical. The height and width are the same, the buttons are in the same location, and although this version is slightly lighter, it is not noticeable.Display - Although not a huge improvement from last year's... 3/5 D. Carlson - See all my reviews, September 30, 2013
    List Price: $119.00
    No screen glare in bright sunlight
    Built-in light - read without eyestrain
    Read with one hand - over 30% lighter than iPad mini
    Battery lasts weeks, not hours


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    Kindle Voyage, 6" High-Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Adaptive Built-in Light, PagePress Sensors, Wi-Fi

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    The state of the art e-ink reader but is it worth the money to upgrade

    Customer Video Review Length:: 9:32 MinsAlthough I've owned almost every model of Kindle ebook readers since the 2nd generation Kindle that I bought in 2009, I had to think hard about ordering the new Voyage. I was very happy with my Paperwhite (the 2nd generation that was released in the fall of 2013), and as much as I wanted to try the Voyage, I wasn't sure I wanted to spend $199 on one. It became a moot point, though, when my wife ordered the Voyage, saying it was her early Christmas present to me. Now that I've had time to use the Voyage, I have to say I'm impressed. With hardware features like a 300 ppi display, LEDs that automatically adjust the screen brightness depending on the ambient lighting, and the user's choice of a touchscreen or sensors acting like buttons to turn pages, the Voyage is hands down the state-of-the-art e-ink ebook reader. At the end of my review, I'll give my opinion on whether it's worth upgrading from your current ebook reader.When I received the Voyage,... 5/5 J. Chambers (Georgia, United States) - See all my reviews, October 22, 2014

    Almost like Paperwhite v1 all over again

    I've got mixed feelings on this one, unfortunately. This review is coming from a kindle enthusiast who has owned or used nearly every variation of the device since the 1st generation.Size & Weight---It's noticeably smaller and lighter than the Paperwhite. When I saw the specs it didn't really strike me as something that would make much difference to me, but in real life it's actually great. The Voyage fits into a few of my coat pockets that the Paperwhite was just a little too big to fit into.Origami Cover---I know there's a separate product page for the origami cover, but it's worth mentioning here as it is the "official" cover. The origami cover is ugly and I was skeptical, but I actually love it. It's weird because it opens by flipping over the top like a notepad. This actually makes it more comfortable to hold when the cover is open, in my opinion. It's hard to describe, but there are a lot more ways to hold the Voyage when it's... 3/5 sam - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Kindle Voyage, 6" High-Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Adaptive Built-in Light, PagePress Sensors, Wi-Fi - Includes Special Offers (Electronics) I've got mixed feelings on this one, unfortunately. This review is coming from a kindle enthusiast who has owned or used nearly every variation of the device since the 1st generation.Size & Weight---It's noticeably smaller and lighter than the Paperwhite. When I saw the specs it didn't really strike me as something that would make much difference to me, but in real life it's actually great. The Voyage fits into a few of my coat pockets that the Paperwhite was just a little too big to fit into.Origami Cover---I know there's a separate product page for the origami cover, but it's worth mentioning here as it is the "official" cover. The origami cover is ugly and I was skeptical, but I actually love it. It's weird because it opens by flipping over the top like a notepad. This actually makes it more comfortable to hold when the cover is open, in my opinion. It's hard to describe, but there are a lot more ways to hold the Voyage when it's... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 22, 2014

    I was very happy with my Paperwhite and would not have bought this ...

    Since other people have gone into detail on the device, I will answer only the burning questions I had before I received mine. I was very happy with my Paperwhite and would not have bought this had mine not been stolen/lost (not sure which). My husband still has his Paperwhite, so I was able to compare them side by side.CAN I USE THE WALL CHARGER FROM MY PAPERWHITE TO CHARGE THE VOYAGE?Yes.CAN PRESSING THE PAGE TURNERS CAUSE REPETITIVE USE ISSUES?I don't think so. You can turn down the pressure it needs (which is very slight) or you can turn it off completely and turn pages with a tap. It's actually nice to have both options.CAN YOU SEE WHERE TO TURN THE PAGES IN THE DARK?No. You can guess where the page forward area is, but the page back is a dot, so guessing would be difficult. But you can still tap to turn pages.DOES THE FEEDBACK BUZZ ANNOY YOU WHEN YOU TURN PAGES?I think it does... 5/5 K.E. Fuhrmann - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Kindle Voyage, 6" High-Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Adaptive Built-in Light, PagePress Sensors, Wi-Fi (Electronics) Since other people have gone into detail on the device, I will answer only the burning questions I had before I received mine. I was very happy with my Paperwhite and would not have bought this had mine not been stolen/lost (not sure which). My husband still has his Paperwhite, so I was able to compare them side by side.CAN I USE THE WALL CHARGER FROM MY PAPERWHITE TO CHARGE THE VOYAGE?Yes.CAN PRESSING THE PAGE TURNERS CAUSE REPETITIVE USE ISSUES?I don't think so. You can turn down the pressure it needs (which is very slight) or you can turn it off completely and turn pages with a tap. It's actually nice to have both options.CAN YOU SEE WHERE TO TURN THE PAGES IN THE DARK?No. You can guess where the page forward area is, but the page back is a dot, so guessing would be difficult. But you can still tap to turn pages.DOES THE FEEDBACK BUZZ ANNOY YOU WHEN YOU TURN PAGES?I think it does... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 23, 2014
    List Price: $219.00
    Thinnest Kindle ever-At just 7.6mm thin, Voyage is our thinnest Kindle ever. You can comfortably hold Kindle Voyage in one hand for long reading sessions.
    High-resolution display with 300 ppi-With twice as many pixels, the 300 ppi display delivers brilliantly crisp text that reads even more like the printed page.
    Reimagined page turns-New PagePress sensors allow you to turn the page without lifting a finger.
    New adaptive front light-The all-new front light senses your environment and automatically adjusts to the ideal brightness.


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    Amazon Kindle 5W USB Power Adapter

    Digital Device Accessory (Amazon Digital Services, Inc)

    Rating (0 reviews):
    (4.3/5)
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    Wow....

    0 1/5 C. D. Berberette - See all my reviews, October 10, 2013

    Cute, but poor design

    0 1/5 Jennifer Starling "quyrean" (Lake Forest, ca United States) - See all my reviews, October 29, 2013

    cannot believe this is not included with the Kindle

    0 1/5 jetgrrrl - See all my reviews This review is from: Amazon Kindle 5W USB Power Adapter (Accessory) Is Amazon kidding me? They want me to pay $19.99 for an item that is a critical part of the functioning of their product? Outrageous. I will find another 5V charger. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 10, 2013
    List Price: $19.99
    Price: $9.79
    You Save: $10.20 (51%)
    Also approved to work with Kindle Fire HD 7", Kindle Fire, Kindle Touch, Kindle Keyboard, and Kindle DX
    Charges Kindle Paperwhite in less than 5 hours
    For use with the micro USB cable included with your Kindle and replacements sold in the Kindle Store
    Official Amazon 5W, 1A power adapter works in US, Canada, Mexico, Taiwan and Japan
    Power adapter's prongs conveniently fold for storage and travel


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    Kindle Paperwhite 3G, 6" High-Resolution Display (212 ppi) with Next-Gen Built-in Light, Free 3G + Wi-Fi

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    (4.5/5)
    Amazon

    More evolutionary than revolutionary, but worth the upgrade

    This is the fifth e-ink Kindle reader that I've bought. My wife and I were early adopters of Kindle, and when we buy a new Kindle, the old one goes to the next niece or nephew in line. I loved the original Paperwhite, with its small size, touch screen, front-lighting, and virtual keyboard. The all-new Paperwhite is a definite step up, and for me, it was worth the move, but others will have to decide for themselves. If you read a lot, and you don't already have one of the newer e-ink Kindles, it's definitely worth upgrading to the Paperwhite. If you have the original Paperwhite, the upgrade is well worth considering. Although I've only had the new Paperwhite a few hours, I'm already glad I upgraded. Here's a summary of my initial impressions of the new Paperwhite.SIZE: It's the same size as the original Paperwhite - 6.7"x4.6"x0.36". The weight has been reduced slightly from 7.8 ounces to 7.3 ounces. The Paperwhite is very comfortable to hold in one hand, which is how I... 5/5 J. Chambers (Georgia, United States) - See all my reviews, September 30, 2013

    A new step forward for me in reading on my Kindle!

    Customer Video Review Length:: 8:37 MinsI have loved and used my Kindle Keyboard for years now but I missed not being able to read it in a room with low lighting or in the dark. I purchased a Kindle Fire and I also use an iPad 3 but for ease of reading on my eyes I prefer the Kindle Keyboard. I wanted to get a Kindle Paperwhite e-Reader but I held off until this new generation was released before I spent my money. I got this because I wanted to reduce my eyestrain from reading in the evening and I just love this new tablet. It offers the perfect balance of a lit screen with reduced eyestrain and high clarity and contrast of the text.I have added a video of the Kindle Paperwhite compared to a Kindle Keyboard and a Kindle Fire. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me and I will try to answer them.I love that the text on the screen is crisp and clear. I use the Kindle because my declining vision caused me to stop reading books. Reading was my number one... 5/5 JJCEO (Greenwood, Indiana) - See all my reviews, September 30, 2013

    Good as a first Paperwhite, not worthy of an upgrade

    This review is for the second generation Kindle Paperwhite. Like all kindle e-readers before it, this is a great product. However, I am a bit disappointed as there is not a huge improvement over last year's model. For this review, I focused on features and enhancements exclusive to the new Paperwhite and tried to make comparisons to last year's model. Also, I found somethings misrepresented or confusing in the advertising, so I will try to clear them up.HARDWAREDesign - The Kindle white has a nice look and shape. It fits well and is easy to hold in one hand. It's fairly light, so it doesn't tire the hands too much. I can grip it for long periods before having to switching hands. Its design is very similar to the previous Paperwhite - almost identical. The height and width are the same, the buttons are in the same location, and although this version is slightly lighter, it is not noticeable.Display - Although not a huge improvement from last year's... 3/5 D. Carlson - See all my reviews, September 30, 2013
    List Price: $209.00
    Read with one hand - over 30% lighter than iPad mini
    Battery lasts weeks, not hours
    Read without eyestrain - no glare screen in bright sunlight, plus next-gen built-in light
    Free 3G wireless with wide international coverage-no monthly fees or annual contracts.


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    Fire HD 7, 7" HD Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB - Includes Special Offers, Black

    Amazon Devices (Amazon)
    List Price: $139.00

    Beautiful 7" HD display-crisp, vivid HD display (216 ppi / 1280x800) with over a million pixels-perfect for movies, TV, games, photos, and more
    Fire HD 7 with dual stereo speakers is 1.5x louder than other tablets under $150, while still delivering crisp, clear audio without distortion
    Front and rear cameras-take photos or capture videos in 1080p HD with a rear-facing camera or Skype with a front-facing camera. Plus, free unlimited cloud storage for photos taken with Fire devices
    Fast quad-core processor up to 1.5 GHz-2x the speed and over 3x the graphics performance of previous generation Fire HD


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    Kindle, 6" E Ink Display, Wi-Fi - Includes Special Offers (Previous Generation - 5th)

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    List Price: $69.00

    Reads like real paper with no glare, even in bright sunlight
    Weighs less than 6 ounces - lighter than a paperback and fits in your pocket
    Up to one-month battery life on a single charge
    Download books in 60 seconds with built-in Wi-Fi - holds over 1,000 books


  • Amazon

    Kindle, 6" Glare-Free Touchscreen Display, Wi-Fi

    Amazon Devices (Amazon)
    List Price: $99.00

    Kindle-exclusive features-Kindle now has the same software features as Kindle Paperwhite, including Goodreads integration, Kindle FreeTime, Vocabulary Builder, Page Flip, and more.
    Twice the storage-Carry thousands of books on the go, with double the on-device storage.
    New touchscreen-With a glare-free touchscreen that looks like real paper, you can read as easily in bright sunlight as in your living room.
    Faster page turns-A 20% faster processor delivers smooth, quick page turns.


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    Kindle Voyage, 6" High-Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Adaptive Built-in Light, PagePress Sensors, Wi-Fi - Includes Special Offers

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    List Price: $199.00

    Reimagined page turns-New PagePress sensors allow you to turn the page without lifting a finger.
    New adaptive front light-The all-new front light senses your environment and automatically adjusts to the ideal brightness.
    Thinnest Kindle ever-At just 7.6mm thin, Voyage is our thinnest Kindle ever. You can comfortably hold Kindle Voyage in one hand for long reading sessions.
    High-resolution display with 300 ppi-With twice as many pixels, the 300 ppi display delivers brilliantly crisp text that reads even more like the printed page.


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Protect your Kindle or other 7" tablet in style with this durable folio cases from Caseable! This abstract fractal design wraps front to back around the case and can be customized with your name subtly hidden on the front cover! The design of these covers allows use with most e-readers and small tablets up to 7.8" x 5.25". Some common tablets and e-readers that should fit: Kindle Keyboard (7.5"x4.8") Kindle Touch (6.8"x4.7") Kindle 4&5 (6.5"x4.5") Kindle Paperwhite (6.7"x4.6") Kindle Fire (7.5"x4.8") Tablets that will not fit include: Kindle Fire HD (either 7.0 or 8.9") iPad Mini If in doubt, please check the manufacturer's specifications for your device before ordering.
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