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Young readers prefer Paper than e-books

A portable little e-reader can carry an entire library wherever you go, which is great for travelers or those who always want a choice of reading material. But Despite having so many advantages, e-book still not preferable by Adults in the U.S. They prefers paper than e-books

As per new survey done from Pew research center, reveals that around 65% of those surveyed had read a paperback or hardcover over the past year to 28% who read an e-book. 40 per cent only read print books, while just 6% favour e-books exclusively. Fourteen per cent said they had listened to an audio book.

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