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Meet Dot in this debut picture book by CEO and founder of Zuckerberg Media, editor-in-chief of Dot Complicated, and former Marketing Director of Facebook, Randi Zuckerberg!
Dot's a spunky little girl well versed in electronic devices—she’s a technophile. She knows how to tap . . . to swipe . . . to share . . . and she pays little attention to anything else.
Dot's tech-savvy expertise, mingled with her resourceful imagination, proves Dot knows lots and lots.
But will she be able to unplug for one second to tap…swipe…and share with her real-life friends?
Find out in this wonderful story about the day when Dot sets off on an interactive adventure with the world surrounding her.
|Product dimensions:||10.30(w) x 10.26(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Randi Zuckerberg is a New York Times bestselling author, the founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, and host of “Dot Complicated” on SiriusXM. Randi also served as mentor on Oxygen’s show “Quit Your Day Job,” as well as executive producer of “Dot.” based on Randi’s recent children’s book, which premiered on CBC and Universal Kids Fall 2016. Randi appears regularly on NBC’s the TODAY show and CNBC, and has also been seen on CNN, Good Morning America, Fox Business, Bloomberg News, and ABC's World News. She is a Tony Voter and was also a correspondent for the 2016 Tony Awards and the World Economic Forum in Davos. Randi was recently appointed as a Young Global Leader for the World Economic Forum and is part of the Tech Committee for the American Theatre Wing. In 2017, Randi launched the revolutionary tech-enabled dining experience “Sue’s Tech Kitchen.”
Joe Berger is a children's author, illustrator, and cartoonist. In 2011 he was a winner of Booktrust's Best New Illustrators Award. He also makes prize-winning animated short films and title sequences and is cocreator of the Berger & Wyse food cartoon. Joe was the official illustrator for World Book Day 2010. He lives in Bristol, England, with his wife and three daughters.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Although this book my look like a children's picture book, there is actually a bigger meaning it is trying to portray. Dot at first is immersed in the world of electronics but realizes that she should be outside playing with friends. Dot learns that she can widen her range of personality. She in the end finds a balance between electronics and getting outside. This is exactly what the book is trying to say. Electronics have begun to consume the world and people need to realize that they need to get outside and exercise. Of course they don't have to fully leave their electronics but find a balance between the two. This book is overall a great learning experience.
This was a gift for my sister. She loved it.Special book for anyone named Dot(Dorothy)