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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 eBooks or Print Books Do Kids Prefer It's true, ebooks are gaining in popularity, but do kids prefer to read on a device now? While Kindles brought about $3.9 billion in revenue in 2013, an forum, Average Kindle Owners Age, reflects that the average user is much older than a school-aged student. From the responses, one can make the inference that the average ebook reader is actually older than 40 years of age. This is not to say kids dont use Kindles, or read ebooks, but it may make you wonder: do kids even like ebooks? The Average Home Has... 158 Print Books 39 eBooks 12-14 9-11 6-8 15-17 Percentage of Children Polled Who Have Read an eBook 65% 56% 65% 60% Still, of children who have read an ebook say they do most of their reading with print books. 77% And, of children polled agree that they'll always want to read print books despite availability of ebooks. 65% So, what's the verdict? A mix of and may keep kids excited about reading while providing the variety they seem to prefer. (By Age Group) Sources: ? Scholastics newest national survey on kids and reading proves that young readers are definitely on the fence about it. Heres what they found.
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