Parents Guide to the Internet
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Parents Guide to the Internet

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by Jay LaBonte
     
 

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Every day an unsuspecting child meets a sexual predator in an Internet chat room and what may happen next is every parent's nightmare.

With millions of children using the Internet with limited or no adult supervision an unknowingly interacting with sexual predators, it is a very dangerous, and in many cases a deadly combination.

Marilyn Mailman Segal, Ph.D.,

Overview

Every day an unsuspecting child meets a sexual predator in an Internet chat room and what may happen next is every parent's nightmare.

With millions of children using the Internet with limited or no adult supervision an unknowingly interacting with sexual predators, it is a very dangerous, and in many cases a deadly combination.

Marilyn Mailman Segal, Ph.D., developmental psychologist specializing in early childhood development, and dean emeritus of the Family Center at Nova Southeastern University had this to say:

"Jay LaBonte has done an outstanding job in writing 'Parents Guide to the Internet' to guide parents to help their child enjoy their computer without being victimized. This book gives parents the information they need to become just as savvy as their children."

For more information visit http://www.jaylabonte.com/details/pgi001.htm

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781430307693
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
11/01/2006
Pages:
180
Sales rank:
1,365,636
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.41(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read many other books on this subject, but none of them discuss the internet the way this book does. I knew there where dangers on-line for kids, but after reading this book, I now know how predators use the same tools as my child, and how they use them to access my children. I also learned how to read the cryptic messages my son writes on email and in text messages. This is a must read for anyone with kids!