Canadian book count tracks increase in reading

Canadian book count tracks increase in reading
A recent snapshot of national reading habits shows that Canadians continue to be avid readers, whether they're consuming print books or e-books.

The National Reading Campaign — a coalition that includes readers, writers, publishers, librarians, book retailers and educators — released on Thursday details of its 2012 National Book Count: a one-week peek into the country's appetite for books.

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