The article starts out by explaining what an e-book is and how to find e-book publishers to download an e-book. One thing Jennifer Bond Reed, the author of the article, points out is:
Children who don't like to read print books, might be more interested in reading off the computer. Because kids today are being raised on computers, it makes sense that literature for them would be accessible in this format. E-books for kids simply offers another solution to get them to read.She points out that the number of children’s e-books has been slow to grow because of the difficulty of making the graphics and illustrations user friendly and quick to download. But she does provide a list of reputable e-book publishers who publish children’s books, along with the link to E-Book Connection, which she says is a great site with lots of information on e-books and e-publishers.
So if you write children’s books and are interested in making them e-books, link over and check out her article.