The National Literacy Trust has just published the findings from it's latest annual survey. The report explores children's attitudes towards reading, what they read, the different media they read on and the amount of time they spend reading, while issues such as gender and ethnicity are also considered. One of the headline findings from this year's survey is the suggestion that children are reading less due to time spent on other activities.

To read the full text of the report, entitled Children's Reading Today, click here.


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