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When the youngest of her five children asked for a smartphone, Minnesota mom Judy Stoffel decided to do some research into the possible pitfalls, and was so distrubed by what she found, she put the information into the recently published book, #LookUp: A Parenting Guide to Screen Use.
The launch party for the book took place the evening of Mar. 10 in Chanhassen, Minn. At the event, Stoffel shared details about some of the content within, and explained how smartphones are designed to be just as addicting as gambling, smoking and drinking.
The book includes chapters on the benefits and risks associated with cell phones and technology in general and strategies for reducing one’s screen time without giving up the benefits technology offers. There is also advice on how to create a family media plan.
Pick up your copy today at TheLookUpBook.com.
The theme of this week's reviews in the Pioneer Press is "Great fiction and nonfiction that may ease the pain of winter." Congratulations to Calumet Editions author Mary DesJarlais. Her latest novel, The Cutter's Widow, received a rave review from Mary Ann Grossman, who says, "the author’s sense of place is spot-on, from the disgusting scenes in the saloon to the quiet night on the Wabasha Bridge, which is almost a character in the plot. "
Pick up your copy today at MaryDesJarlais.com.
Minnesota author Kathleen Novak's novel, Rare Birds, is the Virginia Public Library’s third annual Queen City Reads! title, and on Feb. 28, she appeared at the library for a reading and discussion with members of the community.
Memoir is perhaps one of the most difficult genres to write because once published, the author's inner most thoughts and feelings are in print for all to see. Congratulations to Rosemary Ann Davis who bravely shares the story of those she lost to the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.
Pioneer Press books editor Mary Ann Grossman calls Before They Left Us, "Memoir at its best because Davis tells us not only what happened, but what it all meant to her." Here is a link to the full review.