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Screen Time is Not Forever

Author: Elizabeth Verdick; Illustrated by Marieka Heinlen
Publishing Info: Paperback 40 pages / June 2021
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As important as screens are in our lives, we all need to unplug, especially children. This reassuring picture book offers children and families a starting point for limiting screen time and making the most of the time you have with your screens and without.

While screens are needed for learning and can be helpful and fun, they are not intended for use all the time. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends consistent limits on screen time for children, and adults should take steps to ensure online safety for kids. With straightforward suggestions, children will learn valuable information about online safety, setting healthy screen-time boundaries, and the importance of screen-free time.

With her trademark mix of empathy and encouragement, author Elizabeth Verdick offers appealing and healthy alternatives to using screens, as well as ways to stay safe and happy when online. Illustrator Marieka Heinlen’s active and vibrant illustrations of young children interacting with their caregivers and families bring the activities and suggestions for screen-free fun to life.

A section for adults at the end of the book includes information on the effects of too much screen time and suggestions for establishing screen-time boundaries.

$16.95

2 in stock