Ebook Boosters Eye Next Generation Of Readers As Prime Market For New Format
- real books. Walsh, Candacc // Mothering;Mar/Apr2007, Issue 141, p30
The article focuses on various studies which show that real books are more useful for developing the reading potential of children than electronic books.
- Hitting the E-Books. N. L. C. // Parenting Early Years;Dec2012/Jan2013, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p38
The article focuses on the implications of using electronic books (ebooks) in children's reading and learning experience.
- Children Curious About e-Reading. // Phi Delta Kappan;Dec2010/Jan2011, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p7
The article presents statistics from a survey conducted by book publisher Scholastic on children and electronic book reading.
- reading revolution. DEAM, JENNY // Scholastic Parent & Child;Feb/Mar2013, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p78
The article focuses on the advantages and disadvantages of electronic books. Some experts think that e-reading devices can distance children from the real world. According to Kim Floyd, a teacher, e-books enable kindergartners to have vocabularies that are usually found in second graders. The...
- Swipe or Flip? Preston, Shelley // Parenting School Years;Jul2012, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p46
The article offers tips and ideas for parents on maximizing the benefits of electronic books (e-books). The author explains the advantages and disadvantages of e-book reading. She advices parents to be an active participant when a child is reading an e-book. She suggests turning off dialogue and...
- Ending the book hunger. Tali, Didem // New Internationalist;Nov2013, Issue 467, p8
The article discusses efforts to improve book offerings available to Ugandan school children through the use of electronic book readers (e-readers), commenting on the connection between book availability and self teaching, as well as noting the lack of printed materials in much of Africa.
- Readers Prefer Print When Reading to Kids. Ishizuka, Kathy // School Library Journal;May2012, Vol. 58 Issue 5, p14
The article reports on a study conducted by the Pew Internet and American Life Project which showed that those surveyed prefer reading to children using print rather than electronic books.
- Children Still Prefer Print Books to E-Books. Gewertz, Catherine // Education Week;1/23/2013, Vol. 32 Issue 18, p8
The article discusses the results of an online survey conducted by the educational publisher Scholastic regarding the reading habits of children between 6 and 17 years of age, noting the impact of electronic books (e-books) on their leisure reading and the reading preferences of boys and girls.
- Get digi with it. MCGARRIGLE, DALE // Writer (Madavor Media);Jan2015, Vol. 128 Issue 1, p42
The article offers information on the effectiveness of digital books on children in the U.S. Topics include the report titled "What a Difference a Year Makes: Kids and E-Reading Trends 2012-13" of PlayScience and Digital Book World, the shift of children to the electronic form of books due to...