E-book 松华 丽丽 辛未
Paper book 雪虹
?Download E-books easily ?It is like a personal library
?The knowledge that e-book has is limited because of the copyright.
E-book Paper book
?Save much time and energy
?Spend time running to bookstores or libraries
?It’s easy to lose information.
?It’s hard to lose information.
E-books Storing information in the silicon chips
Paper books space-consuming
E-books Requiring special devices or personal computers
Paper books bulky heavy
e-books is cheap ? buy a PC and network are very expensive
some money if you buy books
Doing harm to eyes and skins Causing eyestrain
They don't normally cause significant eyestrain. They won’t cause any harm to your skin.
Not being environmentally friendly Cutting down trees
Being fast in updating resource.
Taking many years to have the paper books revised and published.
E-book Paper book
?Inconvenience in taking notes
?Notes will stay on the paper. It cannot completely be removed.
E-books are easier for people to pass down. Being kept in the intangible form called binary formatting. E-Book has exquisite design.
you can pass down or give them to your family members Paper books are something that you can collect
Although e-book requires special devices or personal computers and it does harm to our eyes and skins and it is inconvenient to take notes, it is quite convenient , you can download them from the Internet in a few seconds, and you can start to enjoy the fun of reading without taking heavy luggage filled with books, saving us much time and energy.
There is no doubt that paper books are bulky and heavy, even not environmentally friendly, however, paper books don't normally cause significant eye-strain and they won’t cause any harm to your skin. What’s more, paper books are something that you can collect, something you can pass down or give to your family members.
The Bible Society’s attempt to calculate the number printed between 1816 and 1975 produced the figure of 2,458,000,000. A more recent survey, for the years up to 1992, put it closer to 6,000,000,000 in more than 2,000 languages and dialects.
Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-tung (Little Red Book) ——《毛主席语录》
Chairman Mao’s Little Red Book could scarcely fail to become a bestseller: between the years 1966 and 1971 it was compulsory for every Chinese adult to own a copy.
The Guinness Book of Records
First published in 1955, The Guinness Book of Records stands out as the greatest contemporary publishing achievement. There have now been 37 editions in the UK alone, as well as numerous foreignlanguage editions.
The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care —
Dr. Benjamin Spock
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of the Dolls （迷幻之谷）— Jacqueline
Spelling Book — Noah Webster
Message to Garcia —Elbert Hubbard
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