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Book Review: Me, Myselfie & I: A Cautionary Tale by Jamie Lee Curtis

Title: Me, Myselfie & I: A Cautionary Tale Author: Jamie Lee Curtis Illustrator: Laura Cornell Publisher: Feiwel and Friends Year: 2018 Ages: 4 – 8
An old-fashioned mom receives a smartphone as a birthday gift from her family. She is excited about her new gadget. Maybe, she is way too excited. She takes selfies everywhere. She takes selfies with the dog. She takes selfies while grocery shopping. She takes selfies while her daughter does her homework. She becomes “selfie crazy.” Furthermore, the mom changes her look to up her selfie game. Will she realize that she is becoming someone else to the detriment of her family?
Written Jamie Lee Curtis (yes, the actor, activist, and writer), Me Myselfie and I: A CautionaryTale is a children’s book with a valuable moral lesson for families of our day and age. Social media and things like selfies are taking over our lives. Mothers, fathers, and children are even stopping being themselves to compete on social media. The mom in the story used to be…

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