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Scholastic Report Finds More E-book Reading Among Children

Posted at 7:22AM Wednesday 16 Jan 2013

The fourth edition of Scholastic's "Kids & Family Reading Report," released by the company Monday, put the emphasis on what the growth in e-books and digital reading devices has had on the reading habits of children aged 6-17 as well as their parents.

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