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Old 02-01-2009, 05:16 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by coolcat1901 View Post
Reading will probably never be cool for the younger crowd, especially with technology always advancing. I would think all books/ereaders/etc... would be more for the 30+ crowd on average.
Actually, my sister is twelve and a lot of the girls her age are reading. They're doing a good job coming out with teen girl books. I don't care if it's crap they are reading, as long as they are reading They even have a book club (and yes, they are the "cool" kids)
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