This is a great book for librarians and computer teachers who teach digital citizenship and information literacy. Honestly, it should probably be THE textbook for the subject,. In the span of just over 100 pages, this concise book explains the origin and psychology of fake news.
Even better, it offers practical solutions to combat it. I was particularly impressed with the comprehensiveness of the subject considering the small size.
WIth photos and graphics, it is an easy read for upper elementary through high school. While I especially appreciated the index, glossary, and annotations, it would be easier to encourage students fact checking if URL shortners or QR codes were included to link readers to resources.
I hope that this will become the first in a series on information literacy topics and will be offered at affordable prices so that school librarians are able to employ it in their classes.