Epic! has over 10 million kids e-books review in one year – Good E
October 24, 2015 - Kindle Unlimited
Epic! launched their Unlimited Books for Kids use in early 2014. They have been mislaid in a trifle due to a media frenzy that surrounded Oyster, Entitle, Scribd and Kindle Unlimited. Epic! has been solemnly building movement since they are one of a few companies that exclusively aim a kids market, and with Scholastic abandoning a space with their Storia platform, Epic! is cleaning up.
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Epic! has been solemnly flourishing their catalog and they now have 10,000 high-quality books for kids 12 and under. They have determined partnerships with publishers such as Disney, HarperCollins, Macmillan and National Geographic. Recently, Epic! has announced they are in a routine of adding 500 Spanish and bilingual Spanish/English books to a library and 1,000 audiobooks.
Parents and kids adore a height since a so accessible, books can be review on your internet browser, though there are dedicated apps for Android, iOS and a Kindle. The association has reported that over 10 million books have been review over a final year, that is unusual growth.
Monthly subscriptions to Epic!’s total library start during $4.99 per month. For some-more information and to get started, visit: www.getepic.com.
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