emphasizing parental responsibility and trusting, tender parent-child relations. Hughes and Campbell urge parents to become computer literate, create guidelines for home use of the Net and the Web, and stock a software "toolbox" for blocking, filtering, and customizing cyberspace access.Ms. Rice-Hughes is able to translate this information in a way that parents unfamiliar with technology can easily understand. Kids Online is packed with useful information and advice. No parent should let his or her child go on on-line without reading this book.