Apr 06 2012
According to the Pew Research Center Study one in five American adults read an e-book in 2011 and 43% read at least one long-form digital text (e.g. an ebook or magazine). 88% of those who read an e-book during the past year also read a printed book.
Among the 14% of Americans who read both print books and e-books, readers preferred e-books when they wanted to get a book quickly, when they were traveling or commuting and when they were looking for a wide selection. Print was strongly preferred for reading to children and sharing books with others.
The Kopp Sisters Return!
One of the nation's first female deputy sheriffs returns in another gripping adventure based on fact.
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