I wrote this summer about our experience with the V.Reader, the new animated eBook reader for kids ages 3-7 from VTech.
My kids have been enjoying our V.Reader for months, but, as with all items, they have grown a bit tired of our current book cartridges. And I’m not super thrilled to buy more cartridges (hopefully Santa, aka Grandma and Papa, noticed these on our Christmas list!).
Luckily for us, the V.Reader has a USB port and a SD card reader so more books can be downloaded at about 25% of the cost of the cartridges. In fact, you get 6 FREE downloads with the purchase of a V.Reader.
VTech recently released four new premium Sesame Street titles available for download on the V.Reader — each priced at less than $5. All you need is a SD card!
Honestly, we couldn’t be happier with the downloaded stories. And I love that we don’t have to keep track of another cartridge — just make sure the SD Card stays in the V.Reader and you’re good to go!
If you’re looking to give your kids an electronic learning system for Christmas, I think you’ll be very pleased with VTech’s V.Reader. While you don’t have time to buy it from Amazon, it is available at Toys ‘R Us, Kmart, Sears, Target and Walmart and it’s usually priced $55-$60.
Disclosure: VTech gave me a gift card to purchase the new Sesame Street downloads so I could review them for this post. As always, all opinions are 100% honest and 100% mine. We really do love our V.Reader.
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