A daily roundup of book and publishing news from across the Web: Books for Alzheimer's Patients; Kindle Comes to Target; BEA Bookings Rise; Amazon vs. Publishers; Grisham for Kids.
Books For Alzheimer's Patients
The New York Times reports on findings that show reading improves alzheime's patients quality of life.
Kindle Comes to Target
Target will start selling the Amazon Kindle this weekend. Here's the scoop from the WSJ.
BEA Bookings Rise
The Bookseller has a long story about how BEA reservations are already up due to the volcano situation at LBF.
Amazon vs. Publishers
The CS Monitor analyzes this week's New Yorker article about the iPad and publishing, and wonders about the long term effects of publishers' battles with Amazon over eBook pricing.
Grisham for Kinds: First Chapter Released
Penguin has released the first chapter of John Grisham's upcoming kids' book, Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer, due out May 25. Read it here.