Technology and devices might not replace traditional, paper books. A shows that paper books are than e-books. It said printed books, with real that you turn, make parents and interact more than when using electronic books. Researchers studied 37 pairs of parents and interacted with e-books and paper books. Parents asked questions and made fewer with e-books.
Researchers gave three book . These were printed books, e-books, and e-books with and sound effects. The found that parents and children spoke to each other with the digital books. A researcher said parents and children talked about the device and the more than about the . Children said things like, "don't push that " or "don't change the ". They asked few about the story.