Young robot Blip loves playing and learning on her computer and spends all her time alone, in her dark, flat world of technology, but when she trips on her wire she becomes unplugged, nervous, and doesn’t know what to do. She stumbles outdoors and discovers a bright, vibrant world with real friends, the beauty of nature, and lots of realistic learning opportunities, and when she returns home that night her apprehension is gone and she realizes how much she loved being unplugged. A useful read-aloud for K-5, this timely picture book impresses on students the hazards, consequences, and unhealthy nature of spending too much time online. Supports many learning opportunities. Log in to read the full ERAC review.