WRCB TV reports:
"Libraries have a new, creative way to lure in teenagers and make reading fun: video games.
Workers at the Cape Coral, Florida library hope kids will come for the newly-installed Nintendo Wii's and stay for the books. "Children that are getting into their teen years, they start reading less and less," said Chris Serio.
Teenagers admit books often lose out to video games. "I've never really seen them come to the library, so I think they do video games more than reading," said 10th-grader Christopher Wright"".