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Free Digital Magazine Subs (for Zinio & other formats)

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Nov 11, 2019
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Free Children's Kindle Edition ebook: Once Upon and Ever After

Absolutely charming & modern fairytale for kids of all ages. I had previously downloaded ebook by same author for my kids, which they really enjoyed. This new book they enjoyed & liked it even more as it's beautifully written & has colorful illustrations.
The kindle edition is Free to download until this Thursday 14th Nov. You can download & read via kindle reader, kindle app or simply on desktop.
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07ZG2WNXL
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Sep 19, 2005
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pathfinder35 wrote: I was finding posts around the web about free digital issues for mags and wanted to corral them into 1 thread and not be buried in the free print mag thread.
You're making this way too hard on yourself.

Get a library card. Many regional library systems in Canada now use RBDigital or similar apps to serve dozens of popular digital magazines. I use it to read Wired and Popular Science on my iPad, along with the occasional car magazine.

For more info, check out the Vancouver Island Regional Library site: https://virl.bc.ca/read-watch-listen/re ... ewspapers/
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retrothing wrote: You're making this way too hard on yourself.

Get a library card. Many regional library systems in Canada now use RBDigital or similar apps to serve dozens of popular digital magazines. I use it to read Wired and Popular Science on my iPad, along with the occasional car magazine.

For more info, check out the Vancouver Island Regional Library site: https://virl.bc.ca/read-watch-listen/re ... ewspapers/
This, this, this. RFDers ought to know better than anybody where the deals and freebies are, it amazes me how so many RFDers completely overlook the digital online services available through the local public library; services that their property taxes are already paying for!
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Kiraly wrote: This, this, this. RFDers ought to know better than anybody where the deals and freebies are, it amazes me how so many RFDers completely overlook the digital online services available through the local public library; services that their property taxes are already paying for!
Can I use this service to read articles on say Wired.com as well or does that actually require a subscription?

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