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Oyster now offers all-you-can-read children's books, including Disney titles

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
February 12, 2014
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Got a kid with an insatiable appetite for books? You may want to sign up for Oyster, then. The subscription e-book service has just launched a children's section, giving young readers all the titles they can handle. The deal also brings Disney Publishing to Oyster's catalog, so little ones can keep up with the adventures of Mickey and crew on their iPads. Parents who want to foster digital literacy at an early age -- or just need a fresh source of bedtime stories -- can learn more at the source link.

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