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Our world is developing at an unprecedented rate. What once seemed fantastic and unattainable can now be found in everyday life. More and more discoveries are being made, and many necessary devices and devices are being invented. And if society is moving forward, we need to keep up with it. This applies to every sphere of life, including the spiritual sphere. Do books need to change or do they belong in book museums? Because printed books have been replaced by electronic books. They are now the main source of information.

The biggest library in the world is the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. Its fund exceeds 155 million books in 470 languages. The numbers are impressive! But, on the other hand, the maintenance of a huge building and numerous staff members requires a lot of expenses. Are such expenses from the state budget justified? And if suddenly an emergency happens in the library building, how many books may disappear irretrievably. There is an alternative solution.

On the Internet you can find a huge number of electronic books of different genres, trends and subjects. A huge digital library, which contains almost all the books in the world! It's convenient, fast and affordable.

There's more to come. In the online store, without leaving home, you can find an electronic version of the book you want, pay with your bank card and enjoy reading with a cup of tea. It can be done anywhere in the world. Note that the cost of e-books is many times cheaper than a printed book, and some can even be downloaded for free.

E-books are actively being introduced into the educational process. These are not just books, but interactive publications: with video clips, audio materials, and the ability to comment. Children with visual impairments can magnify information while reading, which is important for their well-being and academic success.

 And what a complicated and costly process it is to create a printed book! First, the author works directly on the work. Then he sends his creation to the publisher. If he likes the work, the editor corrects mistakes in the text, eliminates defects. Then, if necessary, illustrators prepare the image and make the layout. The book must be typed and printed on special machines. Then comes the proofing on metal plates, dipping into large cylinders and covering with paint. When the paint dries, the sheets are folded and the remnants are trimmed. Then they are assembled for binding. In the final step, all the parts of the book are glued together, the cover is attached, and the edges are even. Now it can be shipped to bookstores or libraries. That's how much it takes for a reader to pick up a book. Wouldn't it be easier to just read it online?

Another important fact: the ecology of the planet is deteriorating.  Forests are destroyed to make books, and the empty land is swamped. Rivers and seas are becoming uninhabitable for living organisms because of the active discharge of waste from factories. 

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