When it comes to developing new book tech, few compare to Disney. Its researchers have developed several new ideas for interactive augmented reality, and they're back again this week with a new take on coloring books. With its Color Alive line, Crayola has found a way to merge paper coloring books with apps to let kids bring their artwork to (digital) life. And now Disney is taking the idea a step further. Crayola let kids bring a finished drawing to life, while Disney researchers have taken the
A dozen years ago, in his New York Times review of the best-selling British novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Jay McInerney (of Bright Lights, Big City fame) called it “stark, funny and original.” Told from the perspective of a 15-year-old autistic savant, the book is now a Tony Award-winning play. But what’s hot on Broadway is sometimes too hot for Florida Panhandle high schools. This past summer, the novel was pulled from the assigned summer reading list at Lincoln High
China's The Bookworm bookstore chain has launched a literary magazine, a new writer's prize and will begin publishing English translations of Chinese novels next year. By Kate Whitehead “Those Chinese born in the 1980s and 1990s…
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