A new book from Amazon.com has found a new way to babysit a book: “Babies in Book.”
The book was written by a woman who had been “babying” her son for a while.
“I was getting bored of his books, he was not reading and he was playing games on his iPad and he didn’t like the fact that he was in the house all day.
So I thought, what if I could make him read a book in a room full of other people?”
The book, which costs $2.99, is not just for parents: It is also aimed at “social” book clubs, who may be looking for something different than what is available at bookstores.
“The book’s not about books per se, it’s about the ways we can interact with books,” co-author Jessica McBride wrote in an Amazon statement.
“We want to encourage people to connect with books by doing something with them, whether it’s creating a social space, or a shared reading room, or sharing the books they love.”
It is not the first time we have seen books that can be read by anyone.
There are many books that you can read on your smartphone.
But they are not the same as books that are written by humans, which is what a babysitter does.
There’s also no set time limit for reading a book, and books can be reread, so long as you aren’t bored.
“Babysitters are more likely to be interested in books that were written by other people, and in children’s literature that were read by a human,” the book’s description says.
The book is available for pre-order now, and Amazon has promised to release the book in December.