A new study conducted at New York University seems to show that children learning to read with digital books learn just as well, as opposed to being read a paper book by an adult. 38 children in a Head Start preschool program watched digital e-books that included audio and animations, and then read the same story adapted to paper–researchers found there was no difference in language or reading comprehension. This is part of an ongoing study at NYU to see whether the concern with “screen time” is valid or something we should consider a moot point in our modern times. Read the full article by The Hechinger Report.