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How to Read E-Books for Free Without Pirating Them

Getting your hands on a good book to read is as easy as clicking “borrow” on your tablet. If you’re a slow adopter to the world of e-books, you should know that you can download thousands of e-books and their audio counterparts from your phone, computer, or tablet—for free. Here’s how to quickly and easily […]

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How to Read E-Books for Free Without Pirating Them

Getting your hands on a good book to read is as easy as clicking “borrow” on your tablet. If you’re a slow adopter to the world of e-books, you should know that you can download thousands of e-books and their audio counterparts from your phone, computer, or tablet—for free. Here’s how to quickly and easily […]

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How to Read E-Books for Free Without Pirating Them

Getting your hands on a good book to read is as easy as clicking “borrow” on your tablet. If you’re a slow adopter to the world of e-books, you should know that you can download thousands of e-books and their audio counterparts from your phone, computer, or tablet—for free. Here’s how to quickly and easily […]

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The Best Books to Teach Your Kid About Grief and Loss

When we want to convey a difficult or abstract concept to our kids, whether it be empathy, racism, anxiety, or bullying, we often turn to children’s books for help. These books can help us introduce topics and ideas we otherwise struggle to put into our own words, and that is especially true when we have […]

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The Best Books to Teach Your Kid About Grief and Loss

When we want to convey a difficult or abstract concept to our kids, whether it be empathy, racism, anxiety, or bullying, we often turn to children’s books for help. These books can help us introduce topics and ideas we otherwise struggle to put into our own words, and that is especially true when we have […]

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How to ‘Read Across America’ Without Dr. Seuss

It’s Read Across America Day, which means millions of school children across the country will be celebrating today (or even all week) with Dr. Seuss-themed activities. The day, created by the National Education Association in 1998 to coincide with Dr. Seuss’ birthday, no longer has an official affiliation with the…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How To Play A Single-Player Game With Two People

A co-op game doesn’t necessarily have to be a multiplayer game. You can turn any single-player game into a cooperative one by simply…taking turns passing the controller back and forth. What a concept! But before you start, keep in mind that there’s a code of etiquette at play. Stick to it as best you can […]

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Monday’s Best Deals: TaoTronics Massage Gun, Mario Kart Live, Tacklife Mini Fridge, Better Love V-Day Massager, Cyberpunk 2077, Cuisinart Kitchen Tools, and More

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The Best Pop Culture We Caught Up On in 2020

It has been a year of weirdness, especially when it comes to wrangling the kinds of media we’ve been watching. Though there’s been new things to read, watch, listen to, and play, 2020 has seen many of us revisit familiar favorites as well as things we missed when they first came out. Here’s the media […]

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Back to the Future’s Biggest Questions Are Answered in Doc Brown’s DeLorean Owner’s Manual

When did Doc Brown meet Marty McFly? What did the inventor do when he first arrived in 1885? How did he find out about the future of the McFly family? Questions like these have fascinated Back to the Future fans for years and soon they’ll have official answers. Leave it to Doc to hide some […]

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