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Scarlet Oak Press provides enhanced editions of classic titles and supports libraries

Here is an interesting example of enhanced ebooks from two Princeton writers.  I’m impressed with their generosity.   Sales benefit U.S. libraries and literacy projects.  The first Scarlet Oak donations will go to three libraries they especially admire: Seattle Public, the Lincoln Library in Springfield, Illinois, and Sinte Gleska University, located on the Rosebud Reservation in Mission, South Dakota.

Here’s more from their press release:

Two Princeton writers have launched Scarlet Oak Press, publishing enhanced e-editions of the classic public-domain texts behind major new films. Designed for book club, library, classroom and family enjoyment, all Scarlet Oak titles are $0.99 via Kindle, and available for lending. Sales benefit U.S. libraries and literacy projects. Continue reading