No TV? No Fair!
At first eleven-year-old Chloe is angry at her parents' new rule. But in time, she starts to enjoy much-loved but forgotten activities like art, visiting with her neighbours, and spending quality time with her family -- with the television off! Maybe machines aren't so great anyway, Chloe begins to think. But she soon learns that technology does have its strengths, and can play a unique and positive role in people's lives.
No TV? No Fair! is one young girl's heartwarming and honest search for balance in today's world, where everyone is constantly online, in-sync, and available. [Fry Reading Level - 3.8
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