A parent and an internationally known lawyer, Parry Aftab writes with authority as she shows the difference between what's merely annoying and what's illegal. "A Parent's Guide to the Internet" shows parents how to educate their children about online risks and how to set rules that fit their values. Best of all, the book explains what tools are available and how well they work in keeping kids out of trouble.
Identifies the best resources to consult for information about pregnancy, childbirth, and infant care, as well as adoption and infertility, and includes reviews of many more print and some electronic resources.
Essays debate the issue of online social networking on sites such as MySpace and Facebook, discussing how it is changing society, who uses the sites, and their use by teens and children both at home and in schools and libraries.