Younger Americans' Reading and Library Habits:
"The Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project has taken a special look at readers between the ages of 16 and 29... This report examines how they encounter and consume books in different formats. It flows out of a larger effort to assess the reading habits of all Americans ages 16 and older as e-books change the reading landscape and the borrowing services of libraries."
Is contemporary young adult fiction too dark for its intended audience? Meghan Cox Gurdon, writing in the Wall Street Journal thinks so
. Publishers Weekly blogger Josie Leavitt disagrees
, as does YA author Sherman Alexie
. Other reactions here
. Via The Reader's Advisor Online Blog