Kar-Ben Publishing Launches Online eBookstore Featuring Jewish Interest eBooks for Children
Lerner Publishing Group is pleased to announce the launch of the Kar-Ben eBookstore. With nearly 170 Jewish-interest eBooks available for children, the Kar-Ben eBookstore allows parents and young readers to easily browse, select, purchase, and conveniently read high-quality children’s eBooks from award-winning authors and illustrators.
“We are thrilled to make our complete eBook collection easily accessible to our customers via the new Kar-Ben eBookstore, which allows simple online purchasing and reading of fiction and nonfiction titles that highlight Jewish holidays, Bible tales, folktales, and life-cycle stories,” said Joni Sussman, publisher, Kar-Ben Publishing. “Our new eBookstore allows parents and children to experience our books in exciting new ways.”
Kar-Ben’s eBookstore is a user-friendly site for previewing and purchasing eBooks. No log-in is needed to browse the eBook collection, which includes a growing collection of Kar-Ben titles. Parents who purchase eBooks may log-in with their eBookstore accounts and read purchased eBooks within the digital bookshelf, which may be searched or filtered by category, age, and other attributes.
The Kar-Ben eBookstore and eBooks are available for browsing, purchasing, and reading via any Web browser. Lerner Digital will also launch a new Kar-Ben eReader App— a dedicated eReader for the iPad® to support mobile reading on the increasingly popular tablet. The app is available free in the Apple App Store here.
“For the first time Jewish parents and their children have direct access to Kar-Ben’s extensive eBook library,” said Terri Soutor, vice president of marketing and digital products, Lerner Publishing Group. “The new Kar-Ben eBookstore makes it possible to access Jewish-interest eBooks anywhere, any time and makes our books more mobile and accessible than ever before.”
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Jeanette W. Stickel
This book sounds like it will be a “purrfect” fit for my students. I look forward to introducing it to them.
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