Yes, DedeTate, my mistake. I clicked on the first "Jacoby, Susan" listed in the search, and the audiobook was the only one listed.
I tried the search again, and found the results you mentioned. I put in a request for the book.
I see a lot of good readers at East High, both in my "college track" classes and in classes that aren't typically seen as college track. The Twilight book is incredibly popular with kids. But most of their questions come from stuff they've seen on TV, rather than things they've read in a newspaper or a magazine.
The students who are college-bound are, for the most part, avid readers. And they seem to be pretty good at sorting out the good from the bad in what they read online, too.
OTOH, I had a guy in my education cohort at Concordia who wanted to become a History/Social Studies teacher, and he fully admitted that he "hated to read", and hadn't read a single book since college. And I had a student at East a couple of years ago with a similar attitude, who wanted to become an elementary school teacher, but "just hated philosophy, it is SO boring". Her resistance to higher-level thinking was a joke among East teachers, though, so she at least stood out for her obstinacy.