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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Catherine Steiner-Adair; Teresa Barker
|ISBN:||9780062082428 0062082426 9780062082435 0062082434|
|Description:||374 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||The revolution in the living room --
Lost in connection: How the tech effect puts children's development at risk --
The brilliant baby brain: No apps or upgrades needed --
Mary had a little iPad: The wisdom of tradition, the wonder of tech, ages three to five --
Fast-forward childhood: When to push pause, delete, and play, ages six to ten --
Going, going, gone: Tweens, screens, and the perils of independence, ages eleven to thirteen --
Teens, tech, temptation, and trouble: Acting out on the big (and little) screen --
Scary, crazy, and clueless: Teens talk about how to be a go-to parent in the digital age --
The sustainable family: Turning tech into an ally for closeness, creativity, and community.
|Responsibility:||Catherine Steiner-Adair, Ed. D. ; with Teresa H. Barker.|
- Internet and families -- Social aspects -- United States.
- Technology and children -- Social aspects -- United States.
- Computers and families -- Social aspects -- United States.
- Digital media -- Social aspects -- United States.
- Parenting -- United States.