Three new books bring e-media to the printed page.
IraqiGirl: Diary of a Teenage Girl in Iraq (Haymarket Books) by Hadiya is a blog about the U.S. military occupation of Mosul, Iraq, by a girl who was 15 when she began writing it in 2004.
Undiscovered Gyrl (Vintage) by Allison Burnett is a novel in the form of a blog that relates the adventures, amorous and otherwise, of 18-year-old wild girl Katie.
The World According to Twitter (Black Dog) by David Pogue, the New York Times personal tech columnist, gathers the clever answers of Pogue's half-million Twitter followers to questions like "You can send one tweet back in time . . . What and who?"
Colette Bancroft, Times book editor