CHICAGO—ALA Editions, the publishing imprint of the American Library Association, already offers many titles as both e-books and print/e-book bundles through the ALA Store. Now many of its most recent and popular books are also available in Kindle editions through Amazon. Books purchased as Kindle editions can be also read on a variety of other devices, including Mac, Windows PC, iPhone, Blackberry, iPad and Android. Among the newly added ALA Editions titles are:
- “I Found It on the Internet: Coming of Age Online,” Second Edition, by Frances Jacobson Harris;
- “Multicultural Programs for Tweens and Teens,” edited by Linda B. Alexander and Nahyun Kwon for YALSA;
- “Young Adult Literature: From Romance to Realism,” by Michael Cart;
- “Hope, Hype and VoIP: Riding the Library Technology Cycle,” an issue of Library Technology Reports, by Char Booth.