Technology may seem unstoppable, but devices might not replace the traditional, paper book. A new study shows that paper books are than e-books at bedtime. It suggests that printed books, with real that you turn with your , make parents and children interact than when reading with an book. Researchers studied how 37 of parents and toddlers interacted with e-books and paper books. They found that parents asked their children questions and made fewer about the story with e-books.
Researchers studied parents reading three different book to young children. These were printed books, basic e-books, and e-books with such as animation and sound . The researchers discovered that parents and interacted with each other with the digital books than they did with the printed books. A said parents and children talked about the and the technology rather than about the story. Children said things like, "don't push that " or "don't change the " rather than ask questions or make .