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Why All Reading is "Real Reading"

Audiobooks, for example, are a valuable resource for struggling or slow readers, visually or physically handicapped readers, and anyone who enjoys hearing a story performed aloud.

As library workers, I don’t believe it is our place to promote any format over another, but I do feel that we should provide our patrons exposure and access to as many formats as possible and strive to validate all reading preferences. (YALSA The Hub)

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