Children's Literature - Dianne OchiltreeToday, toddlers are often using their parents’ mobile devices and phones before they can walk. But it’s when they are a little bit older, and start using the computer on their own, that kids can really use guidance on how to use the Internet safely. Featuring library binding, this useful book in the ‘Let’s Read and Talk About’ series addresses real-life concerns such as “How Can I Be a Good Online Friend?” and “Does It Matter Which Web Pages I Look At?” and “What If Something Bad Happens Online?” The text features familiar, relatable situations along with “Take Action” activities, and “Talk About” inquiry questions to encourage discussion. In other words, this is an interactive book that encourages kids to learn life skills and think critically in an accessible, enjoyable way. Also featured are labeled photos, table of contents, primary sources, expositional Q&A, captions, glossary, and topic index. A great addition to library or school classroom shelves. STEM collection-appropriate. Reviewer: Dianne Ochiltree; Ages 7 to 10.
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