The Death of Print Has Been Greatly Exaggerated: Parents will help keep e-readers from completely winning for now
Remember books? They were those pieces of paper with words printed on them packed in between two, sometimes, handsome covers. People bought them, and people borrowed them, but, in any case, people used to read them. And then came screens. Six years into the furious rise of mobile, half of American adults own a smartphone; over a third own a tablet.