Google Play Books logoGoogle Play Books May Have Launched in Norway, But You Can’t Find Norwegian Books There (The Digital Reader)
Google may have launched a local Play Books store in Norway a couple weeks ago but they did so without few local titles.

Amazon’s Dramatic Shift (Futurebook)
Amazon is seeking a ‘dramatic’ shift in terms, according to Hachette Livre chief executive Arnaud Nourry.

Teachers Surveyed on Using Games in the Classroom (Teachers with Apps)
Although technology in the classroom is evolving from computers to tablets, a new survey from the Games and Learning Publishing Council highlights that the use of games in the classroom is becoming more common and teachers are increasingly valuing the ability games have to motivate low-performing students.

13 Things an Adult Should Actually be Embarrassed to Read (Book Riot)
As far as I can tell; however, no one has yet offered alternative guidelines for the embarrassment-conscious adult to follow in order to avoid reading-based shame.

Kindle Daily Deal: Lady Julia Grey Series (and others)

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