A Garfield (R) Guide to Posting Online: Pause Before You Post

Ciera Lovitt (Author) Scott Nickel (Author)
& 1 more


Nermal uses social media to show what he's doing all the time, from what he's eating for breakfast to how he's celebrating the good grade he got on his giraffe report. But how much information is too much information? Join Garfield and friends as they learn what it takes to stay safe and secure online, from account settings to sharing personal information.

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Product Details

Lerner Publications (Tm)
Publish Date
January 01, 2020
7.2 X 10.2 X 0.3 inches | 0.5 pounds
Library Binding

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About the Author

Scott Nickel is a writer based in Indiana.


This fun, comic book-style series explains how to be a good digital citizen. Poor Nermal keeps making bad decisions online: illegally downloading a movie from a 'TOTALLY SAFE!' website and getting a virus, oversharing on social media and endangering himself, nearly sharing his gaming password with a stranger online, and posting an unflattering picture of Otto which leads to the octopus getting cyberbullied. Garfield keeps shuffling in to save the day. With the help of Dr. Cybrina, a sassy cat working at the Center for Cyber Safety and Education, and her 'Internet Safety Toolbox, ' Nermal learns how to be a good person on the web. Post-narrative activities include comprehension questions that gauge what readers have learned. VERDICT Sure to be a crowd-pleaser; a first purchase where 'Garfield' comic collections circulate well.--School Library Journal

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