Kids can learn about adventure books by reading up about them on Wikipedia, a study by research company Pew Research Center has found.
The results of the Pew Research study show that adults ages 14 to 18 were asked to fill out an online survey about what they read in a book and then provided with a list of up to six titles.
Of the more than 1,300 responses, only 37% answered the survey correctly, the survey revealed.
The other 37% said they had read the books, but could not remember them.
That means that the majority of adults who answered the question correctly could not tell if they read the book or not.
Pew also found that the survey results could not be replicated for the entire population.
The research also found the percentage of people who said they read a book every day decreased by 10% in that age group from 2016 to 2017.
This data is being released at a time when more than a million children are diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
The survey asked about the authors, genres and books read, as well as how many times children have read them.