According to Agência Brasil report, reading habits grew up among Brazilian children. It’s something to be celebrated, as are various benefits that a book brings to human being. According to a survey released by the Brazilian Book Chamber (CBL), the total of 12 000 new titles launched in the country in 2010, about 2500 were targeted for children and teenagers.
The research also involved digital books. Here it is important to remember that besides the letters, the digital readout gives the reader other learnings. The interactivity with the content grows the interest in history by the reader, which ends absorbing the concept playing.
With exoneration taxes on electronic books in Brazil, the trend is that more children, youth and adults will read more, have more fun and, of course, learn more.