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Red 200 Stickers
  • Additional, unique stickers for your Franklin AnyBook reader
  • Record more stories without losing books you've already recorded
  • Stickers use a special glue which won't damage your books so you can remove them at any time
  • 10 sheets of ready-to-program stickers with 20 stickers each - total of 200 stickers
  • 4 sheets of new sound-effect stickers (80 more stickers)
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Product Description

Color: Red 200 Stickers

The Franklin AnyBook Red Sticker Package gives you additional stickers so you can keep recording more books into your AnyBook reader. This is a pack of Franklin's specially-coded stickers, which use unique codes to associate different recordings with every page of your book. The stickers in this Red Sticker Pack are unique and different from those that come with your AnyBook reader - letting you record more and more pages without recording over anything you've previously done.

Product Details

Color: Red 200 Stickers
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 0.4 x 5.1 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008A1ARPO
  • Item model number: DAS-200R
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #425,427 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By M. G. Gagliano VINE VOICE on November 29, 2010
Color: 15 Hour Anybook Reader
Last month, a new product from Franklin Electronics called AnyBook Reader was launched. It is aimed at the working, busy or traveling parent, far-away grandparent, or any other long distance relatives, who want to bond with a child even when they are apart. It's an interactive reading device that allows you to read & record any book in your personal library in your own voice and then allows your toddler (who may or may not know how to read yet) to follow along with their favorite books and your voice, so that you're reading the book instead of the Nanny!

AnyBook can be purchased through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. There is a 15-hour version ($39.99), and a 60-hour version ($59.99).

Ok, now that you have seen the press release let me tell you all about it.

AnyBook comes with a selection of blank stickers for recording your voice. There are also stickers that have sounds recorded in them if appropriate to the book (dog, firetruck, rain, crying, etc). The stickers are made to be removed and won't ruin your pages. You can even re-record on them or order more if you run out.

You touch the button on the pen to start the record mode. You hear a few beeps and it is ready for you to record. That's it! So easy!

Last week I quickly and easily recorded two books so that I could carry it everywhere with me. My first stop was the school where I was meeting with my son's teachers and therapists.

I opened the first book and put the reader to the sticker. They heard the book being read through the pen and then I opened the next book to show them how the reader will read anything I record into the sticker. They all looked at me in amazement.

I was asked, "how do you get the recording".
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Elisabeth Roop on January 20, 2011
Color: 15 Hour Anybook Reader Verified Purchase
The Franklin AnyBook Reader was a gift for my 3.5 year old son this past Christmas. It was so fun to have different members of the family record a book over the holidays. Now that we're back home away from family he is excited to hear their voices each time he listens to a book.
The product is easy to use and my son knows how to work it as well. The best thing about it is you can use it with ANY book and don't have to buy certain ones. When my son isn't using it, I will also take it to work with me to use in my second grade classroom. Very cool!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By JS on June 3, 2013
Color: White Verified Purchase
A little help for first time users / buyers . . .

I work in information technology with several different types of technologies, so I get used to all the different engineering quarks that occur on every product. I can honestly say this device is in the top of my list of poorly engineered devices at this price point. The concept is fantastic and the positive reviews are warranted, but it takes some patience to get used to at first. Here are the reasons for my criticism.

You have to hold down the record button during recording. If you want to record a short book with one record sticker, your thumb will get really tired leading to cramping, and accidently letting go, stopping your recording. Wish you didn't have to hold down the record button to keep recording.

You can't add recording to a sticker once you let go of the record button, you can only re-record the sticker - so if you accidently let go of the record button during your recording, you have to re-record the entire / page(s) or book depending on your preferred method. Wish you could add to a record sticker.

To start recording there is a four beep count down that can take around 3 or 4 seconds to start. If your child is a first grader with only a handful of words per two pages, you'll find your child waiting for countdowns longer than actually recording. If you try to do more than two pages per record sticker your child will run into my first complaint of accidently letting go of the record button while turning the pages or by thumb cramping as I experienced when trying to complete a short book using one record sticker. In my experience my first grader was spending more time waiting for countdown beeps that actually reading the two pages. Wish there was a way to modify the countdown . .
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By dknj on November 17, 2010
Color: White
Finally! ... a reader that is not limited to buying those special reading systems and the accessories for them. This is like the reading pens, but you can use the books you already have or would rather have for your children AND you record your own voice into it. So, you can personalize the story using your kids' names or by using your own character voices. It comes with sheets of removable stickers that are used to identify your recording. For example, you adhere a sticker on each page of your book. Then, you turn the reader on, touch the sticker with the reader to activate the sticker and then you record your voice reading the page. It also comes with an assortment of pre-recorded stickers with sounds on them (animals, phone ringing, clapping, etc.) to add to the story. My kids have fun with it. You can get creative with it, too. I can totally see myself eventually using this for their school items, crafts, albums, etc.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By M. G. Gagliano VINE VOICE on November 29, 2010
Color: White
Last month, a new product from Franklin Electronics called AnyBook Reader was launched. It is aimed at the working, busy or traveling parent, far-away grandparent, or any other long distance relatives, who want to bond with a child even when they are apart. It's an interactive reading device that allows you to read & record any book in your personal library in your own voice and then allows your toddler (who may or may not know how to read yet) to follow along with their favorite books and your voice, so that you're reading the book instead of the Nanny!

AnyBook can be purchased through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. There is a 15-hour version ($39.99), and a 60-hour version ($59.99).

Ok, now that you have seen the press release let me tell you all about it.

AnyBook comes with a selection of blank stickers for recording your voice. There are also stickers that have sounds recorded in them if appropriate to the book (dog, firetruck, rain, crying, etc). The stickers are made to be removed and won't ruin your pages. You can even re-record on them or order more if you run out.

You touch the button on the pen to start the record mode. You hear a few beeps and it is ready for you to record. That's it! So easy!

Last week I quickly and easily recorded two books so that I could carry it everywhere with me. My first stop was the school where I was meeting with my son's teachers and therapists.

I opened the first book and put the reader to the sticker. They heard the book being read through the pen and then I opened the next book to show them how the reader will read anything I record into the sticker. They all looked at me in amazement.

I was asked, "how do you get the recording".
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