Kindle is less expensive, but nook has color, which would be more appealing to the kids. I think it's also compatible with library books, whereas Kindle was resisting that. I don't know if Amazon has changed the kindle to accommodate library books.
If you have a tablet or laptop, your public library might give you access to free e-books. We can read some of our library's e-books without downloading any software, and others require Overdrive, which is free to patrons. DS enjoys the e-books when we can't get to the bookstore or library.
Keiki's Makuahine (Keiki's Mom) 50, dh 50
Keiki: b. 2002 after 3 months bedrest
Natural conception following ZIFT/chem. pg
Olivia: b. 1999 d. 1999
28-week preemie, ptl cause unknown
Natural conception after 1 mc
ttc since 1998