The following are files that have been formatted for viewing on your Kindle. In order to view these files, click on the article link and download to your computer, connect to your Kindle with the USB cord, and drag into the “documents” folder on the Kindle. The article will appear in the menu once you have disconnected the Kindle from your computer and will be labeled “new.” Sources for each article are indicated in parentheses.
>>>Get the download of President Barack Obama’s Inaugural Address formatted for the Kindle here.
- The NEWEST! Planner 2009 for Kindle – This utility for your Kindle makes it possible to record important dates for the year in a day planner format. Divided into months and weeks, Planner 2009 uses Kindle’s notetaking function to help you record reminders directly to your Kindle and review them individually or for the whole year at once. Planner 2009 for Kindle includes a “Year at a Glance” page, and “Directions for Use.” More versatile than Calendar when it comes to recording important dates for the year, but still easily navigable with the fully linked start page, Planner 2009 for Kindle adds another functionality to the Kindle you know and love. Download for free!
- Even NEWER! Calendar for Kindle – a file for your Kindle that provides a month-by-month calendar for 2009, all the major dates for the year on a separate page, and a Notepad-like page where you can make notes on YOUR important dates–birthdays and the like. Download for free right here.
- NEW! EduKindle Notepad – a download for your Kindle that provides you with a place to create and save personal notes for your Kindle – you can also get instructions on how to use EduKindle Notepad by downloading the Notepad Instructions file and transferring it to your Kindle with the Notepad file – when you open Notepad, you will see a note icon next to the title at the top – click on the Menu and select “My Notes and Marks” to read the Notepad instructions – you can then delete the note if you wish!
- Download G. K. Chesterton’s The Man Who Was Thursday right here.
- A Special Holiday Download – Stave Five of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol – a gift for you right here. We hope you enjoy this, the final chapter of Dickens’ classic, capturing the spirit of Christmas morning and the sense of wonder that comes over Scrooge.
- Adequate Yearly Progress – a brief overview of this key component of NCLB (source: Wikipedia)
- Final NCLB Regulations Press Release October 28, 2008 – the Department’s final changes to the NCLB regulations outlined in a press release (source: Dept. of Education)
An eReadUp on the life and times of the original easy rider, Dennis Hopper – here.
A Kindle Read Up on the Moscow Subway Bombings here.