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  • Jasper (6) - Perfect to read by myself. 👍😎

    I like this book because it was good for my age. We enjoyed the funny story, especially the end. I liked it when the animals said yes and no. Great to teach people about not judging others.

  • Braden - It has worked pretty well so far

    I use this in the car to hook up my phone to the speakers. It has worked pretty well so far, the main issue has been with the unit failing to pair with my iPhone 6. Sometimes I have to go into the bluetooth settings to manually connect to the receiver, and sometimes I don't. I'm not sure what makes it work or not yet. Other than that, it would be nice to have it power on automatically when it receives power; as it is I have to turn it on every time I get into the car. I don't know what the battery life is since it's always plugged it, but I haven't had any issues with reception or weird sounds while using it for the last 9 months.