Webster’s Manners: Media Kit

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Synopsis

Webster is about to learn some new manners… but who is teaching who?
Webster learns about a new set of manners, helping him to be polite with technology and take care of his favourite gadgets and toys. However, the cheeky spider soon turns the tables on his daddy and makes him agree to the same rules!
Told in a rhyming pattern, Webster’s Manners humorously helps children learn about responsible use of technology, while reminding grown ups that they can lead by example.

Target Audience

Children 3-8

Webster’s Manners is an ideal read-aloud book for parents, teachers and librarians, as well as suiting early readers. It is one of a series of social stories exploring computing themes for young children.


Author Biography

Hannah Whaley is an award winning author and illustrator based in Scotland, and has always worked to combine education, technology and research. She graduated with a degree in Applied Computing in 2004 and was named UK Learning Technologist of the Year in 2007, before moving into University library management in 2009. Her books help introduce children to technology from an early age through reading and stories. The first in her series of Webster technology books for children was awarded UK SP Book of the Year by Writing Magazine.


Buy the Book

The Webster series of books are available to buy in print online on Amazon and in other bookstores, and cover topics including meeting strangers online, using computers responsibly and online safety. Appropriate for a young audience (ages 3-8) they are a perfect tool for parents, teachers and librarians to teach children about digital issues or for new readers to explore themselves. Kindle Versions of all books are available on Amazon.

Amazon Publisher Page: http://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B00N4ZOP6I

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Preview

Look Inside Webster’s Manners is available on Amazon.


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