This quote came from an e-mail newsletter from a bookstore:
"People hold books in a special way--like they hold nothing else. They hold them not like inanimate things but like ones that have gone
to sleep. Children often carry toys in the same manner. I don't hold my
e-reader that special way; it's just a tool, maybe even a toy. My home is
engulfed in traditional books, which I do handle with care. There's room for
both. All part of the adaptation process."