Texting Generation More Likely To Read Books and Use the Library Than Older Americans

“In what might come as a shock to those whose prime occupation is bemoaning the literacy of the current generation of young adults, new research has revealed that Americans age 16 to 29 actually read more books and use the library more than those aged 30 an up.”  Article is on Campus Technology’s site, but It’s from the Pew American Life Project , Younger American’s Library Habits and Expectations.