How I will get interesting ebooks for my iPad?

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    I am looking for some interesting ebooks for my iPad specially for children. Any help greatly appreciated.

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    [Moderator edit: Post removed because it is advertising for book or app outside of appropriate forum. This breaks our rules that I suggest be re-read. Thanks.]
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    The iPad is a wonderful way to read books and motivate kids to read. iBooks is probably the most popular app but I also use Kindle (you can download all types of books from amazon) and Stanza.
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    My apologies. I will re-thread in the appropriate forum.
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    Any book written before 1923, if my research is correct, has its copyright expired, and should be a free e-book. Classics, I understand, are also a good chance to be free, so I would get Aesop's fables, Hans Christian Anderson has excellent ones such as Steadfast Tin Soldier and Ugly Duckling. Anyway, I'd just browse the free section on iBooks or whatever you have.

    "You take the blue pill - the story ends... You take the red pill - you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes" -Morpheus

    EDIT- these are suggestions trying to help someone. By NO MEANS am I advertising iBooks or any of the books or authors I just listed off.
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    Search iTunes for the type of work you want for your child.

    For example, a quick search on iTunes with the keyword 'fairy tales' returned quite a few, as did 'coloring book'.
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    keyword
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    i think go to
    Search iTunes you will get top book for your child.
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    you can buy some books online or download from sharing-books sites, (there are lots of sites out there), kids like colorful books, so you may select some books in "childrends books" category.

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