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‘Grimm’ Is Free eBook of the Day

Today’s Free eBook of the Day is Grimm: The Essential Guide, a companion reader for Grimm, the NBC television show based on Grimm’s Fairy Tales.

NBC Publishing and NBC Entertainment released the new eBook last week. The free eBook includes background profiles of each character, behind-the-scenes footage of the actors getting their make up done, and a multi-generational journal from the Grimm family, and videos. The videos include a recap of last season, a preview for the coming season, and the pilot for the show is available as a free download.

The free download is available for iBooks (this is an enhanced version which requires an iPad with iBooks 2), Nook Tablet and Kindle Fire.

For more free eBooks, check out our Free eBook of the Day archive.

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NBC Releases ‘Grimm’ eBook

NBC has released a new eBook as a companion to its television show Grimm, a drama based on Grimm’s Fairy Tales. NBC released the enhanced eBook today, in advance of the new fall season of the TV show.

Grimm: The Essential Guide is a free enhanced eBook includes background profiles of each character, behind-the-scenes footage of the actors getting their make up done, a multi-generational journal from the Grimm family, and videos. The videos include a recap of last season, a preview for the coming season, and the pilot for the show is available as a free download. The eBook requires an iPad with iBooks 2.

Mashable has more about NBC’s strategy: “NBC Publishing hopes that the ebook won’t just provide a supplement to the show, but will create an ‘entirely new ‘second-screen’ experience.’ The company hopes to pave the way for television interactivity, and ‘bridge the gap between fan and screen.’”

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