Apple Goes Back to Court

Book News: Apple Enters A New Round In E-Book Price-Fixing Fight posted by NPR.org. A judge ruled last year that Apple and the Big 5 publishers (Hachette, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Penguin and Simon & Schuster) had colluded in price fixing their e-books, and Apple is due back in court on Monday.

CBC and Huffington Post

Click here to listen to a six-minute interview with the school’s VP and a student as they tell about the 1800-book giveaway they’re doing for newcomers to Canada. From CBC News.

“The Classic That Beautifully Explores Identity and Race” by Greg Mortimer Off the Shelf is an interesting article about the author’s thoughts on Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison.

“Another E-Book Dip” – Publishers Weekly

This article was released on Dec. 12, 2014, but these stats have been out for a while. I think it’s worth posting here because it is interesting to see how eBooks are faring in book purchase statistics. As a paper book lover at heart, I always cheer inwardly just a little when I hear that eBooks haven’t taken over yet.

Click  here to read Publishers Weekly’s article, Another e-Book Dip.