Research on reading for pleasure that shows the benefits range from, The National Library Trust (UK), defines reading for pleasure, also referred to as independent, leisure or recreational reading, as: .. Engage children with reading.
pleasure reading, free voluntary reading, and independent reading, is . enjoy reading and engage in leisure reading outside of school is influenced by a.
Understanding boys' (dis)engagement with reading for pleasure . English schools recently (Clarke 2016) report reading for pleasure and are.
'Reading for pleasure' and 'recreational reading' (used interchangeably in the .. leisure-time reading frequency, more reading engagement, and better reading.
Changes in numbers of children reading for pleasure over time. 15 . PISA reports that young people who are extensively engaged in online reading 1980 ), recreational reading (Manzo and Manzo, 1995) or ludic reading (Nell,. 1988, all .