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This full-colour adorably illustrated book tells the story of Browser the Mouse who makes the decision to try out the new family computer without waiting for his parents' help. His excitement turns to frustration confusion and fear as he finds himself lost in a world of chat rooms blogs and pop-up windows. After telling his parents everything they call a family meeting to discuss using technology safely.
Designed to promote dialogue and provide practical safety skills for Internet use and cyber balance Browser is chalked full of youth-friendly educational concepts and aids.
In this book you will find:
Lyrics to 5 educational songs on the audio CD (included) which are linked to the Acronym M-O-U-S-E used throughout the book.
Parents teachers and school counsellors can use this interactive book individually in a classroom as part of a technology lesson or for reading time.
Full-Colour Paperback with Audio CD
Author: Barbara Hanel & Linda Shields
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