Two-thirds of children read digital books, new study shows
“Children read digital books more and more and at a rapid pace.
The Kids + E-Reading Trends 2012 to 2013 study (conducted by PlayCollective and Digital Book World) was released on Monday and showed that two-thirds of children aged 13 and under read digital books with at least 92 percent of them doing so at least once a week. The results were revealed at the Fifth Annual Digital Book World Conference & Expo in New York City.
The study was done to understand the e-reading habits of children aged 2-13 with a focus on parental attitudes regarding the benefits of ebooks, according to the study.”