Tag: children and ebooks

News & Notes – 9/28/13

News & Notes – 9/28/13

News & Notes is a weekly Saturday post featuring book- and publishing-related news, links to interesting articles and opinion pieces, giveaways on this and other blogs, and other cool stuff. There’s a lot of book news this week! Books & Ebooks in the News: Goodreads will start deleting content focused… Read more »

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This Week’s Articles — 9/16 to 9/22/2012

A new study of iPad owners shows that parents prefer paper books for co-reading with or to their children — except on trips.  The survey also goes into parents reasons for not co-reading on the iPad; their perceptions about the value of added animations, audio narration, and other features; and… Read more »

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This Week’s Articles (3/11-3/17)

There were some interesting articles about ebooks this week, including a few new approaches I hadn’t come across before.  To begin with, there’s Digital Book World’s “When Growth In Children’s Ebooks Hits the Poverty Line”, which argues that children’s ebooks may be outstripped by ebooks for adults for some time… Read more »

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