Here are six bits of book news that got us talking around the Bookish office this week:
A Case for Letting Kids Read Books on Digital Devices by LeVar Burton for The Stir
Trapped Inside the Novel by Tim Parks for The New York Review of Books
That Was Then, This Is Now: S. E. Hinton in the Twitter Age by Jon Michaud for The New Yorker
The Most Important Lesson Schools Can Teach Kids About Reading: It’s Fun by Jeffery Wilhelm & Michael Smith for The Atlantic
Is there an ‘angst canon’ of books that teenagers read? by Tom Heyden for BBC News Magazine
Tired Metaphors? Ciao, Contestant! ‘Masterpiece,’ an Italian Reality Show for Writers by Tom Rachman for The New York Times
What have you seen in the news about books and reading recently that you found thought-provoking? Comment below and let us know!
This article originally appeared on Zola Books.