Apple unveils iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and 9 books for kids and kids-friendly books

The newest version of Apple’s app store, which launched last week, includes books for children and kids’-friendly books, and Apple has unveiled a set of titles that parents can find for their children and young readers.

The books will be available for download through Apple’s iBooks app, the company announced today.

The new books will also be available to download on Apple’s App Store, which has a large collection of children’s books.

Apple says the books, which include children’s titles by authors like Emma Thompson, Anne Rice, and more, are aimed at helping kids and young adults who have difficulty understanding basic vocabulary or basic reading comprehension.

“Books for kids are great,” Apple said in a statement.

“We hope these books will help young learners and adults get started with their favorite reading and writing.”

Apple’s new titles for kids come as the company works to increase its sales of books for young people.

In October, Apple released the “The Book That Changed My Life,” an illustrated memoir about growing up with a rare form of leukemia.

That book, as well as the new “I Can Read,” series, have been highly popular.