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Old 10-07-2010, 04:34 PM   #10
Latinandgreek
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Originally Posted by Bookworm_Girl View Post
I would have been responsible at 10 to take care of an ereader while others would not. I suppose that judgment about your sister is up to you. Perhaps you should consider to also gift her a cover to help her keep her ereader protected and remind her not to put it at the bottom of her bookbag.
My childhood toys looks like they haven't been touched. Even as a child I took good care of my possessions, and I would have loved a reader at age 10 and would probably have treated it like gold. My husband, who is in his 30's, dings up his cell phones within a month. If your sister takes good care of her possessions, I say treat her to a Sony reader. She will love it.
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