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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

NetSmartz Workshop eBook: Delivery for Webster

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What happens when Webster types his name and address into a pop-up? Find out in the first ever e-book from NetSmartz Workshop - Delivery for Webster.
NetSmartzKids e-books offer an exciting, new way for children ages 5-10 to learn important Internet safety lessons. In this first offering, Webster learns why it's important to ask a trusted adult before sharing his information online.
Delivery for Webster has animated pictures and "read-to-me" narration for early readers. Parents and educators can also utilize the accompanying discussion guide to start a conversation about pop-ups and personal information with children.
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