Roger Sutton

The Horn Book

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Editor-in-chief of The Horn Book and expert in children's and young adult literature

Roger Sutton on KCRW

A  new report  finds that teens are reading less for pleasure than they used to.

Young People Are Reading Less

A new report finds that teens are reading less for pleasure than they used to.

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