What’s wrong about using a false identity online? What should I do if someone tells a lie about a friend of mine on the Internet? How can I recognise fake news?
This book, starting from The Manifesto of Non-Hostile Communication, focuses on both online and offline communication, using concrete examples, quizzes, charts, cartoons and more to help young readers navigate their way through social media and understand how to use it in a positive way.
A guide full of illustrations, comics, diagrams, questions and real examples to challenge yourself and change the world, one word at a time!
Federico Taddia has been playing and working with children and teenagers for more than ten years. He is a journalist and television author. He hosted Screensaver on Rai Tre, L’Altrolato on Radio2 and Pappappero on Radio24. He is part of Fiorello's team of authors and collaborates with the Ballarò program; he writes for Mickey Mouse, Style Piccoli and La Stampa. He also won the Alberto Manzi Award for educational communication.
Carlotta is a former boxer, a bit of a petrol head and a fanatic for technology. She also has a degree in Education Sciences. For years she edited books for primary schools and she founded the Scioglilibro Association to promote a love of reading. She loves drawing animals with biro pens, especially at meetings. Cartoons, meatballs, mashed potatoes and stories about big ideals are some of her favourite things.