One of the most striking facts mentioned above is that the state of California has used fourth grade reading statistics as a measure for the planning of future jail cells. A similar formula has also been used elsewhere in the United States where 60% of country’s prison inmates are illiterate. You can read more about this in an article from Forbes magazine entitled ‘A $5 Children’s Book vs a $47,000 Jail Cell – Choose One’.
The Most Loved Children’s Books (Infographic)
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29 May 2013
[...] through some links in the course of last weekend’s investigative work, I chanced upon this interesting article with it’s somewhat irritating infographic about children’s books. Let’s face it; a timeline [...]