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Paper book is better than e-reader for bedtime story bonding

Sarah Knapton.. 15 Dec, 2016..  Reading bedtime stories from paper books rather than kindles can help parents bond with their children far more than using an e-reader or tablet, researchers have found.Since e-readers were invented there have been arguments about whether the technology distorted the experience, or enjoyment, of reading.Now the University of Sussex has

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30 Stunning Home Libraries That Are a Book Lover’s Dream

Though we may be in the digital age, no technology can compare to the feeling of a good book in your hands. And we want to showcase our copies of Proust and Nietzsche in a space that’s comfortable, personal, and unique. While public and university libraries are often vast and full of splendor, home libraries

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6 Must Read Books for Every Recruiter

  by Michael Gorman Recruiting does not stay the same. New approaches, techniques, and strategies appear every week to make the work of recruiters even more efficient and effective and provide the most successful employee selection. The amount of literature is booming as well: on Amazon alone, you’ll find more than 7,000 books and publications related

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A dangerous slope: Not reading makes us too externalized

A dangerous slope: Not reading makes us too externalized For those students interested (and there seem to be fewer and fewer) I have a list of “recommended” books … books which have touched me over these many years. And when those students interested enough, are given a copy of the list, one of their first

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Lebanese people read more books than any other Arab national

Lebanese people read more books than any other Arab national The average Lebanese reads for 59 hours a year. The average Arab for 35. 2016/12/09 @ 15:06 By Rayana Khalaf Contributor Source: Dar Bistro & Books/Instagram Lebanon has the Arab world’s most avid readers, according to the newly launched Arab Reading Index (ARI). The average Lebanese

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The best books of 2016 are about China, language, microbes, hereditary power, inequality and medieval manuscripts

High fliers Books of the Year 2016 The best books of 2016 are about China, language, microbes, hereditary power, inequality and medieval manuscripts   Dec 10th 2016  Politics and current affairs China’s Future. By David Shambaugh. Polity; 195 pages; $19.95 and £14.99 No country has modernised its economy without also becoming a democracy. A respected

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