The digital age has transformed every aspect of our lives. Annette Lamb in her article "Transmedia Universe" in Learning & Leading with Technology, 2011 stated that reading and books are no more an exception. Mobile devices, multimedia publishing and social technologies have impacted our reading experiences. Today's youth is downloading books, listening to stories. and watching book trailers. Stories now contain text, images and sounds that reflect the changing landscape of reading. In 2010, study on young readers published in Reading Teacher, Lotta Larson found that digital reading devices promote new literacy practices such as digital note-taking, and provide readers control over how they engage with texts. Ebooks feature additional tools such as highlighters, note-taking, adjusting font size, inserting note features and recording. These enhanced ebooks for iPads, iPhones contain multi-modal features like links, images, and embedded media. We now have Interactive story books, Reference Databases and Transmedia Storytelling that involve nonlinear participatory elements like maps, web-bases clues, social media connections, guides and games and a whole world of interactive comic (graphic novels) online. The publishing Industry is continuing to look for ways to extend the readers experience.