Chicken clicking, by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross
One night Chick hopped into the farmer's house and had a little browse on his computer. Soon she's bought a funny teapot, a frilly blouse, scooters for the sheep and a car for the cows. She just can't stop clicking! She meets a friend online and off she goes to meet him (without telling Mum or Dad). But the friend she thought she'd met turns out to be a fox.
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Troll stinks, by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross
Billy Goat and his best friend Cyril are messing about with the farmer's mobile phone, taking selfies and playing games - until they find the number for a troll. Their Grandpa Gruff says trolls are bad, so Billy and Cyril decide to get their own back by sending mean messages. After all, trolls really do stink! Don't they?
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#Goldilocks: a hashtag cautionary tale, by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross
Everyone loves Goldilocks' hilarious online videos, but in her quest to get more likes, more laughs and more hits, she tries something a little more daring: stealing porridge #pipinghot, breaking chairs #fun, and using someone else's bed #sleep. What will Daddy Bear do when he sees that online?
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Old Macdonald had a phone, by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross
Old Macdonald loves his phone: it helps him organise his farm. But when the animals each get one of their own, they are soon on their phones all day - 'Here a tweet, there a chat, WhatsApping the farm cat' - and before they know it, no work is getting done! What can Old Macdonald do? Sing along to the tune of Old Macdonald had a Farm, in this hilarious cautionary tale for a new generation of phone-users.
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Staying safe online, by Steffi Cavell-Clarke
This book uses engaging imagery and simple information to equip young readers with the digital skills they need to live and learn in a virtual world.
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Dot.common sense: how to stay smart and safe online, by Ben Hubbard and Beatriz Castro
The internet is fantastic. It's full of amazing things. But there are also potential dangers out there too. Join Olivia and Sam as they discover the wonders of the Internet but learn about how to be safe while they explore. They learn how to keep personal information private, all about viruses, how to be a good digital and much more. Whether you want to use social media safely, use your smartphone or email without downloading something nasty, worried that you might be addicted to gaming or experiencing cyber bullying, this illustrated book is a great guide to what you might encounter online.
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Kids get coding: staying Safe Online, by Heather Lyons and Elizabeth Tweedale
There are amazing things to discover on the internet, but to become great coders it's important to know what happens to the information we post and leave behind. Learn how computers are connected together, how search engines work and how to protect your identity - then hop online to try out your new skills on the companion website.
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Hackers, by Tom Jackson
What's hacking? Is it good? Bad? How do we protect ourselves? These questions are tackled as part of the 'What's the Issue?' series - aimed at pre-teen and teens tackling current subjects, with a focus on critical thinking and debate, and forming one's own informed opinions.
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Social media survival guide, by Holly Bathie and Kate Sutton
This friendly and comprehensive guide is filled with information on everything from privacy settings, direct messaging and cyberbullying, to appearance-enhancing filters, influencers and fake news. An essential book for equipping young people with the important skills they need to manage their social media safely and confidently. Includes links to websites with more advice and support.
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