The truth isn’t always what you ask for, especially in Peter Davison’s newest adventure with “Doctor Who”. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of “Doctor Who”, Penguin Books UK and Puffin Books are releasing e books each month in 2013 featuring one of the eleven Doctors and written by a famous children’s or young adult’s fiction author. For April, Puffin will be releasing “Tip of the Tongue” by Patrick Ness. (continue reading on Examiner.com at http://www.examiner.com/article/doctor-who-tip-of-the-tongue-celebrates-the-fifth-doctor)
For Whovians and those new to “Doctor Who”, the vast size of the series can be a bit daunting. Many reference books have been released, however quite a few of them are either too large or only deal with modern “Doctor Who”. The “Doctor Who CharacterEncyclopedia” is refreshing because while it covers characters throughout all 50 years of “Doctor Who” it is organized in a novice friendly way and also gives one just enough information to not overwhelm or ruin a plot. (Continue reading on Examiner.com)
‘Creag an tuire!’ To celebrate the 50th anniversary of “Doctor Who”, Penguin Books UK and Puffin Books is releasing e books each month in 2013 featuring one of the eleven Doctors and written by a famous children’s or young adult’s fiction author. For February, Puffin will be releasing “The Nameless City” by Michael Scott. Keeping true to the adventures of Jaime McCrimmon and The Doctor, this story is written in a way that automatically brings the reader to imagine the action in Black and White. Patrick Troughton’s Doctor is brought back to life in this exciting and entertaining narrative.
As one of the many 50th anniversary “Doctor Who” tributes, Puffin Books released the first of eleven mini e-books on Wednesday. Each month a new addition will be released staring one of the Doctors and written by a famous children’s fiction author. The first installment is “A Big Hand for the Doctor” by Eoin Colfer. Centered on William Hartnell’s portrayal of the first Doctor, this whimsical story…. Continued