Majority of parents worried about children’s digital reading, survey finds | Books | The Guardian

The majority of parents are concerned about their children using interactive ebooks, according to a new survey, with respondents suggesting they feared ebooks would negatively affect their children’s attention span or expose them to inappropriate content.

More than 1,500 parents of UK children aged up to eight were surveyed by the reading charity BookTrust in association with the Open University. Asking parents…

Source: Majority of parents worried about children’s digital reading, survey finds | Books | The Guardian

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