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The march of technology may unstoppable, but all things digital may a way to go before they the traditional bedtime book - the paper one. A new study shows that paper books better than e-books for bedtime reading. The study that the good old printed book, with real pages that you with your fingers, makes parents and children more than they do when reading with an electronic book. Researchers from the University of Michigan how 37 pairs of parents and toddlers with e-books and paper books. The researchers found that with electronic books, parents their children fewer questions and made fewer comments about the story.

The study observing parents and children (aged two or three) reading from three different book formats. These were books, basic e-books on a tablet, and e-books with features such as animation, graphics and sound effects. The researchers discovered that the parents and toddlers with each other less with both types of e-books than they with the printed books. A researcher said that when they speak, they far likelier to talk about the device and the technology rather than about the story. Children were likelier to things like, "don't push that button" or "don't the volume" than ask questions or observations about the story.

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