The Big Activity Book for Digital Detox (TarcherPerigee)
Friday, 22 May 2020

This book takes a humorous look at the benefits of disconnecting from the internet and reconnecting with the world around you. Part journal, part coloring book, part advice on how to take a break, in the book authors Jordan Reid and Erin Williams offer an outlet for anyone who wants to laugh through the ridiculousness of the digital age. The authors say that when you're longing for freedom from your devices, dig out a pen and turn to the pages of this timely, entertaining book and don't post a picture anywhere #retro

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Authors: Jordan Reid and Erin Williams
Publisher: TarcherPerigee
Date: May 2020
Pages: 160
ISBN: 978-0593085905
Print: 0593085906
Audience: People wanting a break from technology
Level: Introductory
Category: General interest

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Activities include:
    Craft with your obsolete iPhone cords
    10 things to do outside right now
    Color in the influencer who is so grateful for you guys
    Lies the internet tells you
    Why gardening is a thing you should try

 

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