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What you’ll get:
• Sample any eBook for free
• Magazines, newspapers, graphic novels and textbooks with high-res colour images
• A customisable reading experience with your choice of font style, size and more
• Comfortable reading day and night with adjustable screen brightness and page colour
• Discover and download Kindle Unlimited eBooks and magazines
• Unique features like X-Ray, Whispersync, Page Flip, Print Replica, flashcards and more
• Instant translations and definitions, without leaving the page
• Ability to make and share in-page highlights
• Bold font and text size options
• Access to local library eBooks
Kindle Vella and In-App purchase of Tokens are currently only available in the US.
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Several experience improvements and bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Essential reading for any woman with ‘risk’ factors in pregnancy
Sara offers a simple breakdown of the evidence around perceived risk factors in pregnancy which are leading to a staggering amount of induced births. As someone who was induced during my natural labour with my first child, for failure to progress, I know how horrendous induction can be and the complications that can arise. I was told during that pregnancy that my baby was measuring large and I should be induced. I resisted the pressure and, guess what?, my daughter was 7 pounds 10 ounces. Hardly the big baby that was made out. She decided she was ready to be born at 41 weeks exactly.
In my current pregnancy I am regarded as high risk as I’m over 40 years old and the ageism I have encountered during my pregnancy has been awful. I have been pressured into agreeing to be induced from early on and told what I can and cannot do, to the point that I decided to transfer my care to another local authority. I wanted to be more informed during my current pregnancy and so I have done a lot of reading through various means of research. This book has been a vital support, along with listening to Evidence Based Birth (EBB) podcast. This book offers support to woman who are being mistreated during their pregnancy. For me, it has reduced the anxiety that had been instilled in me from early on in my pregnancy by my so called health care providers.
All books on the Kindle rather than just one.
I have had a Kindle for about 9 years- the ebook and the kindle fire. I had found it difficult holding and turning the pages of larger books, especially if reading in bed and am also partially - sighted so the fact you can increase the size of the text and use text to speech was very handy. I have always enjoyed reading- I was an English teacher- and find the Kindle handy to take out and about with me and especially on holiday rather than bulky books. They are also a boon to kids who have reading difficulties because the text etc can be tailored to suit them and of course they are ‘cooler’ than actual book, especially to boys, because they are in tablet form! When I downloaded the app to my iPhone, it was even more convenient and less weight to carry and I, literally, (pardon the pun), always had a book at my fingertips! I still haven’t mastered all the ways to use the app on my phone fully but will eventually. Despite my love of actual books, I would never go back voluntarily to them. My Kindles are too convenient and easy to use in all circumstances. I have recommended them to family members and friends as I think they are fantastic.
Been ‘Kindled’ since the beginning
To say I love reading is a vast understatement, the equivalent of saying I love breathing. For years I was reliant on Library books with the occasional new paperback. But as I grew older and had more ‘leisure’ both in time and money I began to buy books for myself when they were released. Which is fine but takes up space. Especially as I (like Oscar Wilde) believe that any book worth reading once is certainly worth reading again. So my home began to acquire the look of a small library. Then came Kindle. Quite small at first, not every book that I liked was available. But all the new ones were. And bit by bit older books started to be added that could only otherwise be re-read in tatty second-hand editions (libraries having long since stopped stocking any ‘old’ books in favour of PC new ones). It’s grown and expanded and I love it just as much. Even better, you don’t even need a dedicated device now, you can download a kindle app for free onto any device at all. Which means you’ve got something to read wherever you are, whenever you need it. I can only say if you haven’t already, try it NOW
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- 142.7 MB
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- iPod touch
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- In-App Purchases
- 770 Tokens - Kindle Vella (US) £8.99
- 140 Tokens - Kindle Vella (US) £1.79
- 368 Tokens - Kindle Vella (US) £4.49