So how do ebooks compare to traditional print books in terms of how well kids' comprehend the text? That depends on how you look at it. In a recent study released by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, young kids remembered more details in narrative texts when reading print material. The good news was no differences were reported in overall comprehension. An important consideration with young children is how the ebooks had a tendency to hinder parent/child conversation given the engaging nature of this platform. Food for thought and definitely worth exploring in greater detail. You can read a short piece from Kidscreen below and then link to the report from the article.