Bibliophiles can breathe a sigh of relief—it doesn’t look like good ol’ fashioned bound books are going anywhere just yet. A recent study by conducted by Scholastic and TSC reveals that a majority of kids and teens ages 5 to 17 will always want to read books printed on paper. As technology continues to grow and expand, many have begun to wonder what the future of the hardback holds. As it turns out, 75 percent of the children polled agreed with the statement, “No matter what I can do online, I’ll always want to read books printed on paper.” Similarly, 62 percent of respondents said they prefer to read books printed on paper rather than on a computer or handheld device. The survey also found that the kids who are most likely to read for fun every day are the same kids who turn to the internet to further their reading experiences by visiting book and author websites or connecting with fellow readers.