As a parent I'm sure you are concerned about your child's relationship with: Computers - Television - Internet - Video Games - Music - Movies & Advertising.
I have come accross a new book called Unplug Your Kids. It is a Parent's "Survival Guide" that gives you the answers to these questions and many more. Scientific research has explored these issues for decades and a vast body of knowledge and "best practices" has accumulated. Wouldn't it be great if someone took all this scientific knowledge and reported it to parents in a clear, concise, and engaging way, without any sort of agenda, other than to teach parents both the good and the bad of media's effects on your children?
Parents are faced with so many questions as to how to deal with the vast array of digital media we have at our disposal today.
Will violent video games lead to violent children?
Should babies watch television?
Are my kids safe on the Internet and how can I protect them?
Are explicit lyrics harmful to my children?
Are my kid's Internet friends as trustworthy as his school friends?
Unplug Your Kids, in fact, does just that. Clear answers for concerned parents, for kids ages 1-18 and beyond.
Watch clips from a recent interview with Dr. Dutwin at: http://www.wiseusemedia.com/
Purchase the book at: Amazon.com