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Screen time is not forever —Verdick, Elizabeth, author.

"Book to teach children to limit the amount of time they spend on the screens by providing ideas for other things they can do"-- Provided by publisher.

Online safety for coders —Lyons, Heather (Heather K.), author.

"Learn tips about online safety for coders in this kid-friendly, easy-to-follow book, featuring real-world examples and fun illustrations. Online and offline activities also boost learning and skills."-- Provided by publ...

Garfield's ® guide to digital citizenship —Nickel, Scott, author.

"Garfield and the gang teach Nermal a thing or two about cyber citizenship in full-color graphic narratives. Activities after each story test the reader's understanding of key content even the world's cutest kitten could...

Jeeves, I'm bored : 25 Internet adventures for kids —Gregory, Callie.

This book includes online and offline activities for children as well as ideas for further activities.

The secret rules of social networking —Klipper, Barbara, author.

Advice on acceptable online behavior and etiquette for adolescents and young adults who have challenges with social skills, including social boundaries and friendships.

Hello Ruby : expedition to the Internet —Liukas, Linda, author, illustrator.

Welcome back to the world's most whimsical way to learn about technology and coding in Hello Ruby: Expedition to the Internet, as Linda Liukas, a programming superstar, teaches kids all about the internet through storyte...

Safety on the Internet —Raatma, Lucia.

An introduction to the Internet and how to use it safely.

A Garfield guide to safe downloading : downloading disaster! —Nickel, Scott, author.

"Nermal finds a site where he can download a new movie online for free. But with the help of Dr. Cybrina, cyber safety expert, he learns that some things are too good to be true"-- Provided by publisher.

Keeping safe —Levete, Sarah.

Examines situations that may occur at any time whether you're are home, at school or playing on the computer.

Are social networking sites harmful?

Provides essays with varying opinions on social networking sites, discussing their effects on social skills, connection with bullying, and potential use by stalkers and sexual predators.

Limit screen time —Rustad, Martha E. H. (Martha Elizabeth Hillman), 1975- author.

"We watch videos on our smartphones and tablets. We read books on E-readers. Devices with screens are part of our everyday lives. But too much time on these devices can be unhealthy. Engaging text and colorful photos exp...

Staying safe online —Hubbard, Ben, 1973- author.

Presents information about how to remain safe from potentially dangerous situations online.

Be smart online —Atkins, Marcie Flinchum, author.

"Introduces the reader to how to navigate online."-- Provided by publisher.

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