Left to Their Own Devices? Ebook

Confident Parenting in a World of Screens

Katharine Hill


Pages: 192
ISBN: 9781910012901
Publication Date: 10/12/2021

The brand new, fully revised edition of Katharine Hill's lifeline for parents in a digital age

The fully revised new edition of Katharine Hill’s wise and encouraging book on parenting in the digital world. A lifeline for parents and carers, this book offers practical advice on screen time and so-cial media, as well as cyberbullying, grooming and pornography, with new content on gaming and ‘sharenting’.

Format: Ebook

    Communications technology is advancing at such speed, heralding a world of choice and opportunity, that we sometimes struggle to navigate each new turn. And yet, with technology, as with life, we need to equip our children to make good choices and to deal with all the hidden dangers, as well as to take hold of the positive opportunities.

    Fully revised and updated to keep pace with this quickly changing digital world, Katharine Hill’s clear, informative book explores the impact of the digital world on teenagers and younger children. Offering encouragement, wisdom and practical advice on topics such as screen time, social media and consumer culture, as well as how to tackle some of the more serious issues of online bullying, grooming and pornography, this book is a lifeline for parents, carers and teachers in an age of digital confusion.

    Whether you are a new parent or living with teenagers, a stranger to Snapchat or have 500 followers on Twitter, this book is for mums and dads who want to confidently parent in a world of screens.

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    About the author

    Katharine Hill
    Katharine Hill

    Katharine Hill LLB JP is UK Director at Care for the Family. She speaks and writes on family matters, is a regular author for The Huffington Post, and the author of several books. Katharine also leads on Care for the Family’s policy agenda representing the organisation at government level, and has practised as a family lawyer. She is married to Richard and they have four grown-up children and seven grandchildren.

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