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Gen Y – those born between 1979 and 1989 – spent the most money on books in 2011, knocking the longtime book-buying leaders, baby boomers, from the top spot, according to the 2012 U.S. Book Consumer Demographics and Buying Behaviors Annual Review.

Wow, well this seems like good news.

So much for that “young people don’t read” nonsense. (via thebronzemedal)

This gives me hope for the future, because Gen Y-ers are the ones having babies right now, and if they are readers than there’s a good chance their children will be readers and readers are just better people.

(via strandbooks)

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