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Readers consider e-book technology and services, and how to launch an e-book (choosing a platform, platform-specific formatting, etc.) and marketing their e-book to an audience. This engaging narrative presents e-book success stories of young authors, and investigates the reasons for publishing an e-book. It's a handy how-to guide that enhances writing and communication skills while helping teens in their quest to becoming published authors on the Internet.
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The Digital and Information Literacy series introduces a varied array of computer-based topics. Though the level of detail varies from volume to volume, the text is generally clear and well organized. Most double-page spreads include at least one color illustration, mainly photos of teens and screen shots of computers and other devices. Although some of the subjects can be difficult to find in other books at this grade level, readers with a strong interest in pursuing the technologies may find the “Further Reading” bibliographies helpful. Publishing Your E-book looks at factors such as text preparation, layout, design, copyright, marketing, and legal concerns. Books in this ongoing series offer useful overviews of current topics in technology. Grades 5-8. --Carolyn Phelan
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Book Description Rosen Classroom, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1448895138