Large-print books may aid students' reading comprehension, according to a survey of students, teachers and librarians by Project Tomorrow on behalf of Gale's Thorndike Press. Project Tomorrow CEO Julie Evans said large-print books were found to improve reading abilities and students' attitudes about reading.
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