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Compared to a few decades ago, research has shown that children today are investing far more time texting and surfing the Internet on their cell phones for information rather than turning to traditional sources such as: books, magazines or newspapers. Considering that around seventy-five percent of teens own cell phones, according to the Pew Internet and American Life Project, it is natural for them to use it as a source of information. While it is commendable that children satisfy their curiosity by looking up information, the fact remains that at that age, many have not yet learnt to distinguish between reliable and untrustworthy sources. Helping children to develop good reading habits goes a long way in teaching them how to become better readers, improve their writing styles and research more discriminately. More importantly, a study by the Nevada University shows that children raised with good reading habits tend to stay in school on average three years more than their non-book-loving peers.
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