All I Need Is My Tablet (Paperback)

All I Need Is My Tablet By Brenda Scott, Caroline Lorimer (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Brenda Scott, Caroline Lorimer (Illustrator)


A fresh & original take on kids spending too much time on technical devices and not with family. (cell phones, tablets, computers, etc). Kids will relate and recognize this character quickly. Parents & teachers will appreciate this cute story of conflict resolution through observation and realization of a boy who had to find out the hard way that his tablet cannot replace his family.

About the Author

BRENDA J. SCOTT was born and raised in the Midwest, in Youngstown, Ohio. "All I Need Is My Tablet" is her first self-published children's book and was inspired by kids in her family and their love of technology at a young age. She has always been an advocate for young people to reach their full potential and value education. She loves reinventing herself and making people smile! She shares her gifts of youth development, storytelling, and the ability to connect with all people every day. Brenda is the daughter of Lula and Wesley Scott Jr. and the youngest of her siblings. She has two Chihuahuas-Bella & Dr. Carter-who loves to snuggle.Caroline attended Gage Academy of Art and is a K-12 art teacher. She lives in Ohio with her husband in a quiet home in the woods with a barn full of mini pigs, chickens, ducks, cats, and a large fluffy dog.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781543985160
ISBN-10: 1543985165
Publisher: BookBaby
Publication Date: November 4th, 2019
Pages: 28
Language: English

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