I finally got around to buying a Nook for William yesterday. I had researched the product as compared to the Kendall. The Nook is able to dowmload from the library here is town. it won.
After our morning exercises..Wm's rest...I suggested that we get out and have lunch. William decided on where to eat. He usually wants me to choose. but, he has been dying to have these killer onion rings. So off we went for a sandwich and onion rings.
After lunch, I suggested that we go to barnes and Nobel and buy a Nook. William thought that was a grand idea. We get to the parking lot and William says "You, want me to go in?" I say of course. This is going to be for you. I need you to listen to the salesperson. The young man was good. We got the Nook and I had him register it for me and everything. I did not want to go home and have to play with that part. I even had him download a book for William.
William wants to read "A Course in Miracles". He requested that it be downloaded.
Last night it was amazing!!! William kept reading and reading.
William also asked abut a cover for the book. We got the lightest one that turns into an easle. He wondered if he had color choices. Alas only black.
I have downloaded two more books for William. Now, he can do something other than TV.
I did download a bible but it is not the easiest to navigate. But, it will be easy to read. I tried it at bible study last night. I could not flip the pages fast enough on the Nook. The old manual way was easiest.
My suggestion...for all survivors taht love to read. The Nook is an excellent gift for yourself.
I could not get it hooked up to the router. I have Linksys at home. I will have to play with that. I will have to go to the library and learn how to download to the Nook. Just more stuff to learn. That is what kept me from buying the book sooner.
Let me start playing with that problem next.
Ruth The pool was still cold today. But, Wiliam made it.