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eBooks vs. Print Books: What Are Kids Reading?

eBooks vs. Print Books: What Are Kids Reading?

By Jessica Sanders

With the popularity of ebooks at an all-time high—the number of people who own an ebook or tablet jumped from 18 to 33 percent (2011 to 2012) as reported by HuffingtonPost—teachers have to wonder: Do my students still like reading print books or do they prefer the ebook format? 

Luckily, Scholastic’s newest Kids and Family Report sheds light on this topic. You may be surprised by their findings about what kids are reading.

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Do your students read ebooks or do they prefer print? Share with us in the comments!

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