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1398506788
Book:Breaking news: how to tell what's real from what's rubbish; Nick Sheridan; illustrations by David O'Connell:2021 Book Breaking news: how to tell what's real from what's rubbish; Nick Sheridan; illustrations by David O'Connell
Breaking news: how to tell what's real from what's rubbish; Nick Sheridan; illustrations by David O'Connell
Author: Sheridan, Nick
Author: O'Connell, David
Year: 2021
Language: English
Type: Book
Class Number: 070.43
Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK Ltd, 2021
Physical or Electronic: Physical
ISBN: 9781398506787
Notes:
It's never been easier to access the news; TV, radio, billboards, newspapers and endlessly buzzing on to the screens in our pockets. But with more and more news available, it's hard to know what to trust. Where do stories come from? What's real news and what's fake? And what role does social media play in all of this? Insightful, hands-on, essential and reassuring, 'Breaking News' will help children navigate the peaks and pitfalls of our modern day news cycle, through laugh-out-loud text and amusing illustration.
Extent: 163 pages, illustrations (black and white), 22 cm, pbk
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