Reader's Digest - Large Print Edition Magazine
Reader's Digest - Large Print Edition makes reading one of the nation's most-popular publications much easier on the eyes. Printed in a larger format, this monthly magazines brings you the same great articles with easy-to-read text.More Info >>
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About Reader's Digest - Large Print Edition
If you've always enjoyed Reader's Digest magazine, you don't have to stop because of issues with declining vision. The large-print edition solves a problem for many of us who are tired of squinting and adjusting in order to read. Reader's Digest publishes articles meant to simplify and enrich your everyday life. You'll find content with tips on how to stay organized, how to manage your money and how to be healthier and happier.
Enjoy in-depth personal interviews with notable people like celebrities, politicians and business leaders. Plus, there are also true tales of people just like you doing inspiring things, such as the stories you'll find in the "Hometown Heroes" section. You can't talk about Reader's Digest without mentioning the humor. Regular features like "Laughter is the Best Medicine," and "Humor in Uniform" contain reader-submitted jokes and anecdotes to make you smile and to share with others. Other valuable articles include book & product reviews, fun games and puzzles to boost your brain power, and the annual "Best of America" edition. At its core, Reader's Digest is a magazine celebrating life in America. There's something for everyone inside these pages. You don't want to miss out just because it seems difficult to read.
Get a subscriptions to Reader's Digest - Large Print Edition and continue a cherished tradition that lets you learn new things and improve your life. Order this magazine online for a significant discount from newsstand prices!
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Much easier to read than the regular print version and can be read by all adults in the house
Reader's Digest Large Print could not be better. I enjoy everything from the crossword to the comics and very news worthy articles. I share the magazine with many friends. Really enjoyable magazine for me and to share too!
I have always enjoyed RD. My father always subscribed and gave it to us as a gift and my father ion law subscribes. We have two grown sons in the military and one is in the Navy, aboard submarines. When he is gone for three months at a time I try to cut out your humor in uniform and include one in each letter i send him. Our youngest son is in the Army and going for his Masters so he can become a Chaplain in the Army. He is gone all summer training with the Army and I will be sending some of these to him. My only suggestion is to see more articles about our service men and also my husband and I have spent the last 16 years being care takers for our parents and grandparents. We are currently caring for my in laws. My father in law has cancer and my mother in law is blind. It would be good to see articles about care taking of parents. Keep up the good work. i look forward to seeing RD in the mail box each month.