I'm a purist when it comes to bedtime stories and would never allow the iPad in the bedroom after bath-time. It's fine to read books on the iPad (or ...
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Bedtime stories should definitely be read from a book. Research has shown the backlit technology has a detrimental effect on sleep. Sleep is so ...
I do read books a lot from the iPad to my kids as I think the interaction level is good BUT not at bedtime due to the light from the iPad as it keeps ...
Don't think paper books are quite dead yet - and hopefully not for a long time yet.
Personally speaking I prefer to read from actual books at bedtime. I think the excitement of the interactive elements of some books is counter ...
There is a physicality related to reading a real book that you do not get when reading an ebook. I was recently in the audience when Bob Geldof was ...
Answers may vary hugely. A printed book gives you way more physical_feeling_with the story. You could even smell the pages if you like ! And ...
I agree with Wendy. In fact I find e-books boring compared to real books. Nothing substitutes the feel of a real book in my hand, the joy of seeing ...
Wendy nailed it: "it's our job as parents to make sure that real books don't become boring." I've got nothing against interactivity (I write about ...
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