Book Review: A Beginner’s Guide to On-line Security by Wendi Finn

This is a book I think we should look into, even though it’s written for young readers age 10+.
Thanks Erik, and your mom, for your review of this book. 

PS:  I also discovered there is now a workbook to go with this book.

You can find A Beginner’s Guide to On-line Security listed on my BUY THE BOOK! page.

This Kid Reviews Books

onlinesecurityA Beginner’s Guide to On-line Security: A workbook for all ages (Staying Safe In Today’s World of Technology) (Volume 1)

By Wendi Finn

Illustrated by Kari Shakely

Paperback: 26 pages – ages 10+

Published by CreateSpace on August 6, 2013

Taken from Amazon’s description –

“In May of 2013 the Huffington Post reported teens send and receive over one hundred text messages per day. It is said 94% of teenagers are using social media. Finally a tool has been developed to educate our young users of technology in appropriate on-line habits and security best practice. “

This book is a guide to Internet safety for kids and adults. It covers a variety of topics from emails to Facebook to video chats. It explains a topic and then has a “Do It Yourself” section that kids fill out and parents and teachers can use to talk about it with kids.

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2 responses to “Book Review: A Beginner’s Guide to On-line Security by Wendi Finn

  1. Thank you for the reblog! 😀

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