There’s a lot of argument these days about whether it matters how you read. Everybody has an opinion—there’s the ereaders camp, the physical books camp, the “I don’t care just give ‘em to me” camp, and all sorts of other permutations. We at Read Five are not here to judge (unless you’re using a Kindle). But the fact remains that some books just require a physical form because form is part their narrative. These books were designed to be objects that readers need to interact with to experience the story. They are, as we’ve unceremoniously dubbed them, books you can do.