The digital age is here to stay, and parents everywhere do wonder as to its revolutionary effects on their kids. When it comes to kids using technology, the unease is often stronger than enthusiasm. Why are kids attached to digital devices? How much screen time is too much? What are the potential risks of their online exposure and interaction? How can they be helped to navigate safely on the digital highway? These questions are just samples of the widespread worries raised by not just parents and teachers, but by adults in general who are concerned about the digital present and are interested in shaping the digital future. Raising a Digital Generation is a timely resource that clarifies all the above doubts, apart from tackling much more complex issues concerning kids’ relationship with digital technology. Rich in practical tips, the book is highly recommended as a guide for parents and teachers for achieving greater understanding and confidence as they raise kids to be successful digital citizens, its contents making for compelling reading for everyone in authority who sincerely wants to understand the new world in which we and our kids have our being.