Shanghai Children's Book Fair: Off to a Great Start Shanghai publishers, he adds, seem to be more interested in classics with warm colors and nice illustrations ... CCBF gave founders Neil Jeffries and Dustin Brooks of London-based Digital Leaf a nice surprise this afternoon when it was announced that ... 11/7/2013 - 8:30 am | View Link
With 100K Titles In Tow, Oyster Brings Netflix To Book Lovers With New All-You-Can-Read Subscription Service While the pace has slowed of late, thanks to Kindles, Nooks, iPads and the steady advance of mobile technology, the eBook market (and the demand for all shades of digital prose ... including both classics and bestsellers. While 100K titles ... 09/5/2013 - 2:05 pm | View Link
Dr. Seuss to scamper onto e-book format Three sets of Dr. Seuss digital releases are inbound, with the well-known "The Cat in the Hat," "Green Eggs and Ham" and "The Lorax" among the first batch due September 24. Read & Listen editions will also be made available with brand new ... 09/4/2013 - 8:58 pm | View Link
Book Buzz: 'Fifty Shades of Grey' inspires baby names OK, this is a little scary: Baby names inspired by Fifty Shades of Grey!? New and noteworthy ... The disappearance of a teenaged girl sends shock waves through her community. It's due in July 2013. In a statement Lehane said, "Visitation ... 12/3/2012 - 9:57 am | View Link
Steamy yet discreet: an e-book revolution A US fan base loyal to Twilight promoted the books on Facebook, Twitter and book review sites such as goodreads.com, generating a word-of-mouth buzz that eventually ... e-reading device.'' Digital has helped resurrect out-of-print classics and is suitable ... 03/16/2012 - 3:00 am | View Link
A Vietnam-generation storyline of World War II China is deconstructed, with due given to Chiang Kai-shek's army and the nation's suffering population for holding out against the Japanese over eight years and 14 million deaths.
"To get progressive legislation through a Congress dominated by old-guard conservatives, Roosevelt had to mobilize public sentiment," explained Doris Kearns Goodwin, author of "The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism." Goodwin speaks at 7 p.m. Friday at at Unity Temple on the Plaza.
You generally love this sort of post-modern gamesmanship, but this time you feel it's too late for that. You're still not satisfied. Yes, you have to say it, you were expecting more from Tim Finch's characters. You sense that this is simply not the great novel you were expecting, but you still feel confident that Finch is capable of writing one.