This QuickReport presents the results of a study exploring parent-child interactions as they read print and digital books together. The study attempts to tackle some of the questions about the growing popularity of e-books among readers of all ages. How do adults and children read e-books compared to print books? How might the nature of parent-child conversations
differ across platforms? Which design features of e-books appear to support parent-child interaction? Do any features detract from these interactions?