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Kids and Reading

The results of The Kids and Family Reading Report Family Reading Report are useful and interesting:
THE 2008 KIDS AND FAMILY READING REPORT™
CONDUCTED BY YANKELOVICH AND SCHOLASTIC

KIDS AGE 5-17 BELIEVE TECHNOLOGY WILL SUPPLEMENT – NOT REPLACE – BOOK READING AND SAY THEY WILL ALWAYS WANT TO READ BOOKS PRINTED ON PAPER
Tweens and Teens who Participate in Online Activities Are More Likely to Read Books for Fun Daily
It’s always useful to have a little research driven results to counter those folks who block access based on their own prejudgements and biases.
In this podcast, Infopeople’s Michael Cart talks about some blogs that cover comics & graphic novels. He also discusses these results Is the Internet making kids better readers, or is it making them turn away from books?
Stephen

Posted on: September 7, 2008, 7:48 pm Category: Uncategorized

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