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Rachel Louise Carson Gets Google Doodle for Her 107th Birthday - Posted May 27, 2014
A new Google Doodle has been unleashed to celebrate the 107th birthday of National Book Award-winning author and marine biologist Rachel Louise Carson. According to ... [GalleyCat]

Lithographs of Books on Tshirts & Tote Bags - Posted December 5, 2013
Looking for holiday gift ideas for the bibliophile in your family? Then you must check out Lithographs' beautiful collection. The company has made lithographs of famous books and then turned these into prints, t-shirts and tote bags. Here is more about the designs from ... [GalleyCat]

Celebrate Franz Kafka's Birthday with a Google Doodle & Free Books - Posted July 3, 2013
Google has created a Google Doodle to celebrate Franz Kafka's 130th birthday. Follow these links to download a free copy of The Metamorphosis and The Trial... [GalleyCat]

Edward Gorey Gets a Google Doodle - Posted February 22, 2013
Google has created a Google Doodle celebrating author and illustrator Edward Gorey's 88th birthday. Gorey established his artistic career working as a book designer at Doubleday Anchor. From there, he went on to ... [GalleyCat]

Disney Shelves Michael Chabon's Adaptation of Jules Verne Novel - Posted November 19, 2009
Disney has stopped production on a projected $150-million adaptation of a classic Jules Verne novel, a script co-written by novelist Michael Chabon (pictured, ... [GalleyCat]

Now it's Google Book & Map Search - Posted January 29, 2007
The debate about whether Google Book Search is a good thing or a bad thing is a topic that the New Yorker's Jeffrey Toobin handles very well, but for those in the latter camp, they likely won't appreciate Google's newest invention, which will let people plot on maps refe... [GalleyCat]