BOOKS
03/04/2011 12:08 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

World Book Day Survey: Print Books Holding Own Over Digital Media

Nearly six in ten teenagers are reading books electronically.
40.8% of teenagers have used computers to read books, with a further 17.2% reading on a mobile, says a survey of reading habits released to celebrate World Book Day 2011. 13.3% of teens have used tablet gadgets such as Apple's iPad, ahead of 9.3% who read using e-Readers, including the Amazon Kindle and the Sony Reader.

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