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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Are Your Kids Naked Online? is a non-fiction book focusing on parenting in the digital age, penned by co-authors Chris Good and Lisa Good. Self-described as a guide on ‘How to protect your tech-savvy kids from online self-destruction’, this intriguing book goes beyond the exploitative world of the ‘send nudes’ culture into darker and more concerning areas of the internet to which young people have free and easy access. Designed for parents and guardians who may not be particularly tech-savvy themselves, the book provides comprehensive chapters on important topics such as the Dark Web, Online Pornography, Cyber Bullying and addresses the immediate concerns as well as those of the future of young people.
Co-authors Chris Good and Lisa Good have a wealth of experience in technology and cybersecurity, which gives a professional and authentic edge to the work which has gone into this well organized and comprehensive guidebook. The formatting of the book is such that you can read it in any order depending on the issues which most pertain to your situation at the time, whilst also picking up safety and security tips regardless of how long your kids have been engaged in online activity. There is a very serious note to the narrative, though it is also very non-judgemental and takes into account the nature of teens to explore, follow trends of their friends, and also sometimes get into worlds of which they don’t mean to be a part. Overall, Are Your Kids Naked Online? is an excellent and informative work.