vatIs Our Concept of ‘Well-Read’ Elitist? (Book Riot)
For quite a while now, I have been thinking about what it means when we say that someone is well-read.

EU Court Rules eBooks Aren’t eBooks, Orders Tax Rates Increased (Ink, Bits & Pixels)
Following a several year long legal battle, the ECJ ruled that France and Luxembourg were wrong to lower the VAT they charged on ebooks.

Amazon eBooks Once Again Available in U.S. Libraries (GoodeReader)
Overdrive has been engulfed in a massive technical issue that made thousands of Kindle e-books unavailable to libraries.

Mind the (Diversity) Gap in Kid’s Digital Media (Teachers with Apps)
Amidst the flurry of social media activity surrounding today’s celebrations, it would be short-sighted to leave book apps for kids out of the conversation.

Kindle Daily Deal: History of the Rain (and others)

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