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    Below is a list of digital citizenship themed picture books. Listening to and reading stories that present difficult safety issues and how the characters overcome those obstacles can provide important lessons for students. 

     

    Responsible Use of Technology

    Webster's Manners by Hannah Whaley

    Webster's Bedtime by Hannah Whaley

    If You Give a Mouse an iPhone by Ann Droyd

    Goodnight iPad by Ann Droyd

    Once Upon a Time Online by David Bedford

    The Berenstain Bears' Computer Trouble by Jan Berenstain

    Tek by Patrick McDonnell 

    Dot. by Randi Zuckerberg

    Goodnight Selfie by Scott Menchin 

    Franklin and the Computer by Sharon Jennings

    The Tweeting Galah by Kim Maslin

     

     Online Safety

     Webster's Friend by Hannah Whaley

    What Does it Mean to be Safe? by Rana DiOrio

    Chicken Clicking by Jeanne Willis

    The Fabulous Friend Machine by Nick Bland

    Good Pictures Bad Pictures by Kristen A. Jenson and Debbie Fox

    The Internet is Like a Puddle by Shona Innes & Irisz Agocs

     

      

    Digital Footprint

    The Technology Tail by Julia Cook and Anita DuFalla

     

    Cyberbullying

    Cell Phoney by Julia Cook and Anita DuFalla

    Shredderman: Secret Identity by Wendelin Van Draanen and Brian Biggs

    Bully by Patricia Polacco 

    Stick and Stone by Beth Ferry

    Troll Stinks! by Jeanne Willis

     

    Screen Time/Technology Addiction/Unplugging

    But It's Just a Game by Julia Cook and Michelle Hazelwood Hyde

    Clicker the Cat by Kuyla Cullinane

    Webster's Bedtime by Hannah Whaley
     
    Hello, Hello by Matthew Cordell
     
    Blackout by John Rocco
     
    When Charlie McButton Lost Power by Suzanne Collins

    Unplugged by Steve Antony 

    Doug Unplugged By Dan Yaccarino