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Library of Classics MP3 Player – Your Required Reading List in your Pocket

I love to read and I can honestly say that my whole family enjoys a good story, but they just don’t invest the time it takes to be able to sit down and enjoy a good novel, its a shame, because there are so many tales worthy of the few hours it would take to experience them. I must admit I actually hated to read in school, but I think that was more because I HAD to, I’ve always had a problem being told what to do. I wish I got this next item for one of my birthdays, back when I was in High School… It would have changed my life. Let’s welcome the Library of Classics MP3 Player, this nifty little unit, smaller than a deck of cards, comes already loaded with 100 of the most important literary works of all time (and need I point out, required reading in most High Schools and Colleges) Simply press a button and listen to:  A Tale of Two Cities, Pride and Prejudice, The Art of War, or Gullivers Travels. For a complete list of the 100 unabridged titles, click  here So imagine if you will, all the great literary masterpieces you will now be able to experience while you are working out, driving to work or just relaxing at the beach. Every book is recorded by an expert narrator and is digitally enhanced for the highest sound quality. So whether you just love a good story, or want to finally read all the stuff you lied about in college, you might want to put this tiny pocket library on your wish list. The Library of Classics MP3 Player comes with the Personal MP3 player preloaded with the 100 greatest books in audio format, headphones, adapters for listening in the car and at home and a bonus gift that includes 50 of the Greatest Classical Music Performances of all time, all for under 99 bucks at Wow, I feel smarter already! source ]]>

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