Books & Family Reading Survey!
Hello parents. My name is Eric. I'm conducting research around the importance of family reading between parents and their child/children. I created this survey to learn what your behaviors are around your passion for family reading and access to books.
As a parent myself who enjoys reading with my child, I know the joys of having frequent new books to read while freeing up space on my child's bookshelf!
This survey will take about 2 minutes to complete. At the end of this survey, you will have the option of leaving your email address if you are interested in talking more about this topic at a later time. Your answers will provide me with valuable data, and will remain confidential. Thank you for participating.
If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email at
Please select your gender.
Please select your age.
25 and under
What age is your child/children? (Check all that apply if you have more than one child)
How often do you and your child/children read together?
Very often (at least 5 days per week)
Somewhat often (3-4 days per week)
Occasionally (1-2 days per week)
Sporadically (twice a month or less)
None of the above
Select the one device you use most to discover and/or purchase books for your child/children?
Approximately how many children's books do you currently have in your home?
How do you typically get books for your child/children? (Check all that apply)
I buy new books
I buy used/second hand books
I receive hand-me-down books from friends or family members
My child/children get books as gifts (birthdays, holidays etc.)
Which of the following best describes your experience with books that your child/children outgrow or no longer want to read?
I recycle them
I throw them in the trash
I donate them
They're still on our bookshelf and taking up too much space
I keep them, but they end up stored in a box and collecting dust
I don't know what to do with them
Would you be willing to talk more about your family reading habits at a later time with me? If so, enter your email address and name here. If not, skip this question :)
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