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Noah has just received a smartphone for his 11th birthday (too young). Follow him as he discovers how it feels to be on the giving and receiving end of some not-so-friendly behavior online. See what choices he makes when he learns about the awesome power he holds in his hands. And learn about the ripples of change you can make with technology in your home, your school, you Noah has just received a smartphone for his 11th birthday (too young). Follow him as he discovers how it feels to be on the giving and receiving end of some not-so-friendly behavior online. See what choices he makes when he learns about the awesome power he holds in his hands. And learn about the ripples of change you can make with technology in your home, your school, your community, and the whole world. Helpful Features for Parents and Teachers include: -Thoughtful conversation starters -Engaging questions -Simple activities to enjoy As with all of Educate and Empower Kids' books for children, Noah's New Phone features a meaningful story, and thought-provoking workbook that can be adapted for younger or older kids. Sections include: Staying Safe, Healthy Boundaries, The Potential in Technology, Tips for Parents and Teachers, and a handy dandy Glossary. Learn to be great DIGITAL CITIZENS by using technology to enhance your family, school, and community through tolerance, kindness, authenticity, and ingenuity!


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Noah has just received a smartphone for his 11th birthday (too young). Follow him as he discovers how it feels to be on the giving and receiving end of some not-so-friendly behavior online. See what choices he makes when he learns about the awesome power he holds in his hands. And learn about the ripples of change you can make with technology in your home, your school, you Noah has just received a smartphone for his 11th birthday (too young). Follow him as he discovers how it feels to be on the giving and receiving end of some not-so-friendly behavior online. See what choices he makes when he learns about the awesome power he holds in his hands. And learn about the ripples of change you can make with technology in your home, your school, your community, and the whole world. Helpful Features for Parents and Teachers include: -Thoughtful conversation starters -Engaging questions -Simple activities to enjoy As with all of Educate and Empower Kids' books for children, Noah's New Phone features a meaningful story, and thought-provoking workbook that can be adapted for younger or older kids. Sections include: Staying Safe, Healthy Boundaries, The Potential in Technology, Tips for Parents and Teachers, and a handy dandy Glossary. Learn to be great DIGITAL CITIZENS by using technology to enhance your family, school, and community through tolerance, kindness, authenticity, and ingenuity!

34 review for Noah's New Phone: A Story About Using Technology for Good

  1. 4 out of 5

    BooksCoffee

    Alexander blends life lessons and technology in this Educate and Empower Kids’ insightful latest picture book title. Noah is thrilled that his parents have gifted him a smart phone for his eleventh birthday, but the online life is far from the triumph he imagined, and he is not prepared for the cold detachment of people addicted to their devices. As he struggles to navigate the online world, Noah must also reckon with and accept his own role in bringing change. Alexander’s skilled narrative firm Alexander blends life lessons and technology in this Educate and Empower Kids’ insightful latest picture book title. Noah is thrilled that his parents have gifted him a smart phone for his eleventh birthday, but the online life is far from the triumph he imagined, and he is not prepared for the cold detachment of people addicted to their devices. As he struggles to navigate the online world, Noah must also reckon with and accept his own role in bringing change. Alexander’s skilled narrative firmly ground the young reader in Noah’s story. She beautifully portrays Noah’s heightened awareness to people’s behavior in his online surrounding alongside the sense of unease that comes with change. The discussion questions and activity in the end are both insightful and fun, and the illustrations by Jera Mehrdad bring out the characters and the story alive. Readers will find much to appreciate about Noah’s inspiring journey to bring out a positive change. This is must-have for children’s’ and school libraries’ book shelves.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Leah Candland

    I absolutely love this book! It's not your typical children's book, and I mean that in a good way. While there are many children's books I love, this one keeps it simple, while also managing to go in depth and create real and important conversation with our children about the power of technology and social media, and how we can use it for good or bad. I would highly recommend it! I absolutely love this book! It's not your typical children's book, and I mean that in a good way. While there are many children's books I love, this one keeps it simple, while also managing to go in depth and create real and important conversation with our children about the power of technology and social media, and how we can use it for good or bad. I would highly recommend it!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Andrew

    Fantastic picture book for kids 6+. Loved the life lessons included and how it made my child think. I was actually able to ask her how she felt and what her thoughts were halfway through. Definitely recommend.

  4. 5 out of 5

    litandcoffee

    Alexander’s striking latest in the Educate and Empower Kids titles offers young readers a fresh perspective on how to use technology for good and make a positive impact. Noah is thrilled to have a smart phone for his eleventh birthday. As he begins his foray into the online world of social media, he realizes things are not as they seem on the surface: people can behave differently in digital world–from being unfriendly to acting outrightly mean, and there’s something like technology addiction tha Alexander’s striking latest in the Educate and Empower Kids titles offers young readers a fresh perspective on how to use technology for good and make a positive impact. Noah is thrilled to have a smart phone for his eleventh birthday. As he begins his foray into the online world of social media, he realizes things are not as they seem on the surface: people can behave differently in digital world–from being unfriendly to acting outrightly mean, and there’s something like technology addiction that makes people detached to their surroundings. Noah must work hard to bring a positive change. Alexander treads a well-worn path here, but the advice she offers is expensive and stimulating. Lively colorful illustrations by Jera Mehrdad are perfectly in pitch with the crisp verse, and Alexander’s straightforward, assured writing beautifully shows Noah’s growth as he learns to navigates the ups and downs of the intricate online world. Alexander realistically portrays Noah’s progress; his initial misery is relatable and his journey toward the realization that technology can be good is inspiring and authentic. It’s a fun, insightful read that should easily please young readers as well as parents seeking to introduce their child to the rapidly shifting world of technology. The book will also make a great addition to school libraries shelves.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Denise

    Thank you, Dina Alexander (author), for sponsoring a giveaway of your book, Noah's New Phone: A Story about Using Technology for Good. I consider myself fortunate to have been randomly selected for one of the copies. I found the book to be comprehensive and insightful for children and parents. Unfortunately, the scenarios presented in the book are all too real. The workbook questions and activities should be engaging for parents and their children. Thank you, Dina Alexander (author), for sponsoring a giveaway of your book, Noah's New Phone: A Story about Using Technology for Good. I consider myself fortunate to have been randomly selected for one of the copies. I found the book to be comprehensive and insightful for children and parents. Unfortunately, the scenarios presented in the book are all too real. The workbook questions and activities should be engaging for parents and their children.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Majesta

    This is a fantastic resource. I just finished reading this with my children and the back resource pages for continued discussion were incredibly helpful. Definitely a must read for the parents and children in this tech filled generation.

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