The British are the big “e-readers” in the world, with a market share of 15% in 2013.
In France, even if the reading rate of digital books progresses slowly, by 2015 at least 20% of French people have already read one.
What about our children?
More and more digital educational books have emerged in recent years.
Should we let digital take over the traditional book?
For example, the digital version makes it easier to understand the meaning of new words (for example, by clicking on a word, its definition appears).
A large library opens onto the world, giving access to a wider variety of books, images and music … Its use is easy and intuitive even for the youngest. Curious by nature, they want to explore everything, the discovery Of the world is their main playground.
Traditional books are far from outdated! Neither television, radio, nor the e-book can be a substitute for the intimacy that comes into being when you tell a story.
Girl or boy, the children especially appreciate the subjects on the animals or the stories of good fairies that fulfill all their desires … Imagination is born in the spirit, that is why the traditional book keeps all its importance and its magic . It encourages inventiveness and your child can thus give free rein to his imagination.
Traditional books contribute to the development of the imaginary and the learning of language.
Digital or the untouchable sacrosanct traditional book, it is about finding the right balance!