No TV? No Fair!

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James Lorimer & Company, Apr 14, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 120 pages
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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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Be sure to check out this fun story from Streetlights
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KARIN ADAMS is the author of Lights! Curtains! Cows! (Lorimer, 2009) and No TV? No Fair! (Lorimer Streetlights, 2010). She shares her passion for creative writing with young people through Manitoba s Artists in the Schools program and in her popular library workshops. Karin has also worked as an instructor at the University of Winnipeg. She lives in East St. Paul, Manitoba.

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