The awards recognise the best-in-class across twelve categories of book apps, eBooks and enhanced eBooks. Cinderella won in the Juvenile App category, and Kate was in New York to accept the award last night – she tweeted a picture of it here.
Also amongst the winners were The Magic of Reality by Random House in the Non-Fiction App category, British Library 19th Century Books by BibloLabs in the Reference/ Academic App category, and Decoded by Jay Z, also by Random House, in the Transmedia Project category.
You can read the full list of winners here.
Matt Mullin, Community Relations Manager for Digital Book World, said “Well-designed ebooks and apps are not just beneficial to a publisher’s brand – they are essential to a publisher’s business. When publishers surprise and delight their readers, they gain advocates who will talk about, recommend, and discover more of their quality work. We are proud to honor this year’s winners because each demonstrates excellence that inspires creators and readers alike.”
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