Are you tangled in the World Wide Web? As a parent, the Internet can seem intimidating--especially if you're trying to give your kids a tour. Jean Armour Polly, publisher of Net-Mom News, has come to the rescue with this extraordinary resource packed with thousands of educational and entertaining sites. As hefty as a phone book, this third edition is updated for 1999 and includes a bonus CD-ROM with Internet games and tutorials for the whole family. These yellow pages have an easy-to-follow, alphabetical index containing a huge variety of entries, from amphibians to yoga. Sections are marked with the letters of the alphabet, in the form of vertical tabs down the outer edge of each page. Once inside a category, you'll find a list of all the kid-appropriate sites on that topic, complete with brief summaries and the URLs (Internet addresses) for each location. Pages are spiced up with quiz questions from the "Net Files," such as "Where is the geographic center of the North American continent?" The answers are provided upside down, along with the URL for a site that will expand a Net surfer's knowledge on the subject. Kids will love this bottomless source of fun and learning, and parents will breathe a sigh of relief knowing that their kids are surfing safely. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.