Mid-week Round Up

1. 100 Free Online Books that Every Student of Humanity Should Read

To help you find the best of the best, we’ve compiled a list of books that seek to uncover the nature of humanity. Happy reading! (Link)

Some of the books that made this list : The Iliad, A Tales of Two Cities, Paradise Lost. You can see the entire list here.

2. Your Photos Needed for Interfictions Anthology Cover

Via boingboing:

“The Interstitial Arts Foundation (IAF) has put up an open call for artists to submit art possibly to be used for the cover of their second Interfictions anthology (to be published in November)—and are using a Flickr pool so that everyone can see what’s been submitted. The IAF are all about any kind of art that mixes and matches across genre borders and reaching across all kinds of artistic lines, so crowd-sourcing the cover is a great way to (as they did with the first book) get beyond the usual artists and avenues for book cover art.”

The Interstitial Arts Foundation

3. Leximo : A Multilingual Dictionary

From their website:

Leximo is a Multi-Lingual User Collaborated Dictionary that lets you search, discover and share your words with the World.

Leximo is a “Social Dictionary” that invites users to submit words in every spoken language of the world. Since each word can be submitted by multiple users, definitions can vary widely in quality and thus other users can rank these definitions, so that the most popular definitions appear first.

4. Walter Dean Myers’s New Book for Free

Via the academic files

On February 10, Walter Dean Myers’s new book Dope Sick will be available online for free reading at AdLit.org. Plus, an entire section devoted to writing endeavors, related activities, and online resources for teachers, parents and students will be available. The section includes a video interview with Myers about his work and a reading guide.

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