Children's Reading Choices

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 4, 2002 - Education - 208 pages
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Children's Reading Choices discusses the reading habits of children aged between 10 and 14. The book reports the findings of the Children's Reading Choices project - conducted by the authors from the University of Nottingham and the largest national survey of children's reading choices since the 1970s.
The book includes reports and discussion on:
* girls' and boys' reading preferences and the differences between their reading habits
* the place of series books, teenage magazines and comics in children's reading
* the most popular authors and titles at different ages
* purchasing habits and library use.

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Natasha Rezaian, M.B.A., has chronicled the history of Beech Acres Parenting Center since the first day she began as a writer in the parenting center's marketing department. She partnered with longtime employees, past board members, and former residents to compile this fascinating 160 year history, capturing the journey from an orphanage to a modern-day parenting center.

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