You Got a Phone! (Now Read This Book)
Guided Rd. Level T
Interest Level 2-9
Phones are super fun, really convenient, and amazingly useful tools! But when kids and smartphones are together, problems can pop up. This award-winning book offers fun and straight-to-the-point advice for kids who have phones and parents who want to keep phone trouble at bay.
Kids need to know about the screen-related cyberbullying, neurological changes, and sleep problems that come with having a phone—before it becomes an issue. You Got a Phone! (Now Read This Book) features a humorous yet supportive tone and hilarious illustrations that draw readers in and keep them engaged. Kids can do awesome things with their phones, and this book shows them how.
Starting with six basic phone rules to help keep kids safe online with a healthy life balance, You Got a Phone! (Now Read This Book) also includes information on:
- How to avoid muddled misunderstandings
- Bullying, cyberbullying, and phone-y meanness
- Safely posting and sharing photos online and how to avoid phone-related stress or anxiety
Laugh & Learn Series
Self-help, kid-style! Realistic topics, practical advice, silly jokes, fun illustrations, and a kid-centric point of view all add up to one of the most popular series that young people turn to for help with school, families, siblings, and more. Kids ages eight to thirteen can tote these pocket-size guides anywhere and learn to slash stress, give cliques and rude people the boot, get organized, behave becomingly, and in general hugely boost their coping skills.
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