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Perhaps kids aren’t spending all their time in front of the TV. Research by Ipsos-NPD finds Americans bought 201.1 million books for children under age 14 during the first half of 2002. The price tag for all that literature: $762 million. Dollar stores have gained market share, “driving down average prices paid by consumers.”

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