27% of American adults haven’t read a single book in the past year. It will be hard to encourage them to change their attitude this year. Because the love for books and understanding why reading is important to us, are born when we are children.
The infographic from Coupon Box shows rather bleak facts about the state of reading in the US.
The stats come together with tips on how to encourage kids to read. Teachers and parents can make a difference!
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Via Brilliant or Insane.
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