When Mother Teresa (1910-1997) visited Nagasaki in 1982, she stared intently at a photo panel in a museum. The old black and white image that captured her attention was of a man who had burns all over his body, having survived the 1945 Nagasaki atomic bombing. Thirty-seven years later, that same man, Senji Yamaguchi, stood next to Mother Teresa, serving as her guide in the museum. Mother Teresa told Yamaguchi that God kept him alive so he could continue his venerable mission.
Today Reader™ Store from Sony announced the addition of Kids Corner, a dedicated shopping section that willoffer illustrated and enhanced children's content. Kids Corner supportsEPUB3.0 content, a new industry standard file format, allowing customers toenjoy embedded media and interactivity within the book itself when viewed oncompatible Android tablets and smartphones.