Electronic Dictionary Bookmark Review

IF Electronic Dictionary Bookmark a great gift for all readers.
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I don’t know about your children but Freddie absolutely loves reading. He has from a very young age flicked through books and now will read every night before bed. One of his favourite things to do is go to the library to find more! He is a very active child normally and very hyper but this is the only time he will sit still and be quiet!! We came across this electronic dictionary bookmark and it was a huge hit. Often I will get shouted from upstairs as he doesn’t know what a word means, so this is just a great invention. This dictionary is incredibly thin so fits perfectly inside a book as a book mark.

Electronic Dictionary Bookmark

This won the gift of the year in 2011 and I can well believe it, it is absolutely genius. It is super easy to use and as it is so thin you won’t lose it as it is a bookmark as well.

I tried the word “familiar” from this Zac Power book to see what it said, and if you scroll down it gives more examples of what the word means. Its absolutely fantastic, Freddie loved the fact that you would be able to look himself for the meanings of the words, and has asked for this to be on his Christmas Gift List. Freddie is a very independent child and now he can do this for himself is a great plus for him.

Electronic Dictionary Bookmark by IF Gifts

The cost of this is £19.99 and is well worth it, it is currently only £16.89 at Amazon  Electronic Dictionary White Bookmark

I have some great news! I now have one for a competition, so you can have your own. All you need to do is follow the link to Gleam and enter as many times as you would like. The competition is only available to UK residents and will close on 17th February 2018. Good luck.

 Electronic Dictionary Bookmark Competition


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  1. I would love to keep this for myself. I have this facility on my Kindle and really miss it when I am reading a book.

  2. Brilliant device. Glad I found your blog now. This would be perfect for my 9yo daughter. She loves reading but can sometime be put off by big words which she doesn’t understand. Much more compact and kids love a good gadget so would defo give it to her x

  3. My daughter is similar such a bookworm and yet so active. She has always loved to read from a young age and just like Freddie when she comes across a new word I am immediately asked ‘what does that mean mummy?’! She does have a regular dictionary but never uses it alongside her reading. This electronic dictionary bookmark seems perfect for her and such a unique and useful gift idea. Many thanks for the great review and giveaway.

  4. I would give it to my daughter. She loves reading and getting in to Roald Dahl now, but there are some words in the book which she has never heard. This would be perfect for her.

  5. Wow this is amazing my daughter loves books as do and i my 2 year old is already becoming a book worm like how big sister

  6. I would definitely give this to my son, who is also a total bookworm. He is constantly calling us to ask what words mean so this would be amazing!

  7. What a great idea (I wish I thought of it!!) This would be shared with the whole family! Especially now that my little boy is getting older and his homework is getting harder!!!

  8. My son wants to be an author when he grows up this would come in very handy now while he is writing his stories

  9. I’d give it to my daughter she’s 6 and likes to read independently but doesn’t always understand every word she comes across, I ask her to write down words she doesn’t know for us to go over together later but she doesn’t always remember This would be great for her to look up the words herself.

  10. I would keep this for my family and I. Such an interesting product! My daughter has dyslexia so this would be a big help!

  11. I’d give this to my son, he is a big bookworm and like Freddie wants to be independent with his reading but doesn’t know some of the words.

  12. I think I would like to keep it for myself as I sometimes see words in books and haven’t a clue what they mean. Obviously you can grasp it from the text but would be great to be able to use different words in real-life and know what they mean if that makes any sense.

  13. What a fantastic gadget. My son is becoming an independent reader and he would absolutely love this! Much easier than a paper dictionary!

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