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JibJab brings kids' ebooks to the iPad (images)

JabJab, first known for its online songs of political satire in the 2004 Bush-Kerry campaign, is branching out into childrens ebooks for the iPad. In another sign that ebooks are the future, co-founders Gregg and Evan Spiridellis found that their children enjoyed reading ebooks on the iPad better than the traditional bound copies, so they decided to make their own.

The JibJab ebooks are available on the iTunes app store.

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