Before finding the volumes of Jewish titles at the midtown Manhattan store, customers encounter a rotating display of mezuzot on the left, followed by shelves of Kiddush cups and a rack featuring a Hebrew-language version of the word game Bananagrams. Sitting on the colorful shelves to the right are kippot, tallitot and assorted Jewish toys.
As digital readers are becoming more popular, it's important to give some credit to Israel's hi-tech industry for helping launch the Amazon Kindle. While there were digital readers on the market before Amazon released its Kindle, they never really caught on.
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