The new ereader version of Brain, Child for the Kindle, Nook and iPad puts the print magazine literally at my fingertips. With the same smart content as its paper cousin, the digital version also lets me highlight and note special sections so I can revisit them later. And with plenty of shorter columns as well as a few longer, meatier stories, I can find something to read no matter how much time I have.
Subscriptions for the ereader cost the same as a print subscription which is totally worth it for those of you like me, who never leave home without their tablets.
Hooray, this “thinking mother” has some e-reading to do. –Christina
Brain, Child’s ereader version is brand new and subscription details can be found at the Brain, Child website. If you are already a subscriber, just contact Brain, Child if you’d like to switch over immediately.