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Toddlers gain more from printed books than from e-books
by Lisa Rapaport
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26 March 2019
On 26 March 2019 Reuters reported:
When grown-ups are reading to toddlers, they have more meaningful conversations when the stories are in traditional printed books than when stories are in e-books, researchers found. 'We know shared book reading is such an amazing developmental activity to engage in with children -- not only by exposing children to rich language and vocabulary, but also by providing opportunities for physical closeness and creating moments to bond,' said lead study author Dr. Tiffany Munzer of the University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor.
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