[bksvol-discuss] Re: Children's bestsellers this week

It is a picture, somewhat reflective in nature in which the image shifts 
depending on the angle of view.  It can actually change images or seem to move.

Hope that barebones explanation makes some sense...

Valerie


On Jan 16, 2010, at 11:47 PM, Chela Robles wrote:

> What is a hologram?
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> Chela Robles
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> From: Jamie Yates, CPhT
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> 
> I did Gallop and Waddle earlier today before work. They probably aren't as 
> exciting to Bookshare members because what makes the books so cool are the 
> holograms inside the book. The little penguin is so cute as it waddles! If 
> anyone is sighted or has sighted children, these are THE books you want to 
> see. If my son was still 5 or so years old I'd buy these books for him, even 
> brand new at full price if I had to. They are the most adorable children's 
> books I  have ever seen.
> 
> -- 
> Jamie in Michigan
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