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Fantasy Novels Dominated Children's Reading In 2013

Posted at 7:12AM Friday 17 Jan 2014

From The Hobbit to the Hunger Games and Harry Potter, the list of books that the UK's children loved the most last year is almost entirely stuffed with fantasy novels.

Early findings from the biggest annual survey of UK children's reading habits were released today, showing a marked preference for dragons, magic and dystopia over novels set in the real world.

Guardian




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