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Microsoft Nook Bid Raises Questions About B&N | The Authors Guild

Reports that Microsoft is offering Barnes & Noble $1 billion for its Nook ebook business raises questions about the fate of the only remaining national chain bookseller and about the future of digital book selling.

Since TechCrunch broke the story last week, citing leaked internal documents, pundits have widely speculated that Microsoft is interested in acquiring Nook content,...

Nook Color e-book reader review from Consumer Reports

Is the Barnes & Noble Nook Color a tablet computer or an e-book reader? Consumer Reports takes a look at the new $250 Nook Color. Find out more about e-reade...

Whit(: Whit(: says:
Is there a way to rent Nook books?
I don't want to waste my money on a book I'm only going to read once, so is there any way I can rent a book on Nook instead of completely buying it?
TheTruth says:
Hi, Whit, Nook Simpletouch and Nook Color support checking out public library ebooks. here's what you need to make it work after you find a library and sign up: First you need to get Adobe Digital...

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New Milford's Bank Street Book Nook Sold

NEW MILFORD, CT — Bank Street Book Nook, the privately held bookstore in New Milford that was set to close for good on Feb. 11, was sold and will reopen in the near future, according to former owners Vanessa and David Gronbach. The good news was

Book Nook: Children's author pens first young adult novel set in the Ozarks

“Beulah Land” by Nancy Stewart is a coming-of-age story set in the Ozarks. Seventeen-year-old Violette Sinclair finds she likes animals better than most people. Vi works for Dr. Clair Campbell, the local veterinarian and the person she admires more

THE BOOK NOOK: Some fresh reading delights for our youngest readers

Pig and Cat play together. They ride their bikes together. They read books together. Then one day Pig sees Dog and they play together. Cat is left all alone. Pig realizes that Cat is feeling left out. Pig invites Cat to play with Dog, too. Clever

Book Nook: Red Sky at Noon, by Simon Sebag Montefiore

The first time I interviewed Simon it was for the first book in this set so this conversation felt like a bookend in a way. "Red Sky at Noon" takes place during the summer of 1942 over a ten day period as the Soviet Red Army was reeling after a

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