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#51878 - 09/29/1005:33 PM[Reuters] E-books may spur more kids to read-study
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The amount of time children spend reading books for enjoyment decreases as they use cell phones and other mobile technology, but e-books might just bring them back to literature, according to a report released on Wednesday.