Is reading books still popular?
Not that popular, but there are a lot of people that I prefer reading to any other kind of activity. Now I’m trying to teach my daughter to appreciate books. Right now we are reading peter pan with her. She doesn’t like printed versions, so she read peter pan pdf. Hope she will inherit my habit to read books.
I use books for self-education. Such resources https://gradesfixer.com/free-essay-examples/science/ help to find the necessary information that is needed to write creative works on various topics. It can be a science or a religion. Books allow copywriters to combine articles and ideas. I recently read an article about creating a unique web library that should help children from Africa.
Well, I can’t say whether it’s popular or not, but I can say that I’m still reading books. There are many great authors and books now. For example, recently I started reading books by this author John Grisham. I really like the way he writes and if you’re interested, I can throw you a link to the top best books of this author. Here is the link https://bookkooks.com/best-john-grisham-books/. In my opinion this is a great option if you are looking for something to read
i also work in a (UK) library, and though i’d say computers are the main draw for youth, books are regularly taken out, and read within the library. The quality of books being read by all ages (trashy crime, mass produced sci-fi and thrillers, lies&gossip books such as dave peltzer and pther “my tortured childhood” rags, biographies of talentless numbskulls, endless books on mainstream cooking) may be cause for concern, but the books are going out…and occasionally quality peeps over the parapet. In the 80’s and 90’s book sale and library issues went down markedly, but in the last 10 years it has risen, and novel buying is at an all time high.