While the number of children who have read an e-book has almost doubled since 2010, “children still prefer reading books for fun in print,” according to Scholastic Inc’s Kids and Family Reading Report, 4th Edition.
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While the number of children who have read an e-book has almost doubled since 2010, “children still prefer reading books for fun in print,” according to Scholastic Inc’s Kids and Family Reading Report, 4th Edition.

For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

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