First of all, a disclaimer--I'm not advocating any particular brand of pad.
Unless it's a ST:TNG style Data Padd (Reg. tradmark by Paramount Studios).
Anyway, I figure that the only way I'll get my Kindle back from DH is to lure him with a cooler toy. On that note, I dragged him and GK to Barnes & Noble the Sunday before Thanksgiving so he could play with the new NOOK Pad.
(And before any execs from other campanies get their panties in a wad, I'll drag him to Target and Best Buy next weekend to play with yours.)
By now, y'all are thinking, For the love of Murphy, Harden, get to the point.
The point is I played with the new NOOK Pad as well. In fact, I flipped through the e-version of A Charlie Brown Christmas. All I can say is "Holy Crap!"
The colors on the screen were so vibrant. There were cool little Easter eggs for the kids to click on. It snowed, it jingled, and played cute animation when you correctly identified a character. This is exactly what J.A. Konrath is thinking when he talks about enhanced e-books.
Interaction keeps a kid's attention. So if you're children's picture book author, get your books illustrated and enhanced and up for sale now before my niece gets too old for them.
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