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I found that the Reuters e-newspaper is a excellent e-newspaper for TADOKU readers.
That delivers e-newspapers everyday. And every e-newspaper has nearly a hundred articles.
And guess what? Every article has a "words count" that article includes. It's stated under its headline as shown the picture below. This is helpful for TADOKU readers who still count the words he/she had read.
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Its cost is only $5.49 per month. This is cheeper than Mainichi and Asahi (both cost $9.99) or The International New York Times ($14.99). And you can get free trial for the first 14 days. If you won’t like this e-newspaper you can cancel its subscribe without charge. I think its cost is very reasonable even if you can read one article each day.

As of this point it seems you can subscribe Reuters e-newspaper for Amazon.com US site.

For subscribe the Reuters e-news paper from your Kindle paperwhite, follow below step.
1. Tap the shopping cart icon at the main screen on your Kindle paperwhite.
2. Tap [Newspaper].
3. Tap [All Kindle Newspapers]
4. Scroll your screen until you see “Reuters”.
5. Tap [Reuters]
6. Tap [Subscribe now]
7. Then you can get today’s version of its e-newspaper.

Almost articles include few hundreds words, but some articles include 1000 to 2000 words. Additionally you can use dedicated dictionary if you want to get the meaning of words eventually.
You can also read the e-newspaper on your iPhone, iPad and Android phone/tablet with Kindle free app after subscribing. But I don’t know how to subscribe from web site. I aiso not sure that the Reuters' web site has same articles.

Happy Reading!
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Kinokuniya Bargain

I went to Kinokuniya bookstore's foreign language book bargain today.
Its scale is not big. I had been their same kind bargain two year ago. And its space was bigger than this time. They may change their strategy of sale so that they already had held a bargain at April in this year.
But prices are almost same at every time. Paperbacks are 420 yen include tax. Children's books and Manga books are 550 yen include tax.
I bought many Manga books at the bargain in April.
This time I bought following staffs:
1) BUDDA (Manga) Vol. 7
I bought vol. 1 to 4 at last time bargain.
2) LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE
I bought LITTLE HOUSE IN THE BIG WOODS at last time.
3) AKINBO AND THE LIONS
4) THE TALE OF Mrs. TIGGY WINKLE (100-Year Version)
5) THE TALE OF LITTLE PIG ROBINSON
6) THE TALE OF JOHNNY TOWN-MOUSE
7) APPLEY DAPPLY'S NURSERY RHYMES
These four small books are brothers/sisters of Peter Rabbit's books.
8) THE DA VINCI CODE
I just had watched the movie this Monday.
9) NIGHTS OF RAIN AND STARS
The author, Maeve Binchy, is famous Irish.
10) BRIDGET JONES, The Edge of Reason
11) Living History
12) My Life
A wife and husband wrote books one by one.
13) THE TIME MACHINE
14) tuesdays with Morrie (audio)
15) the five people you meet in heaven (audio)
I already read the book of these Mitch Albom's stories.
16) BRIDGET JONES'S DIARY (audio)

My books that I haven't read increase at every bargain.
I think number of those may be over three hundreds.

Happy Reading!
(THis topic has 270 words)

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