When the original edition was released in 2004, it was just before the emergence of Facebook and other social media. In retrospect, the book amply foreshadowed, but could not fully have pictured, the impact of the digital revolution that followed. In fact, is is impossible to make sense of the shape of the digital universe without a working knowledge of the constructs of attachment and peer orientation that are the subject of the book. With this in mind, the book was re-released in 2013 with two additional chapters on raising children in a digital world.

In Canada, the publisher is Vintage Canada and is available in most major Canadian bookstores. It can be purchased through The ISBN is 978-0-307-36196-7. The book is 332 pages in length.

In the United States, the publisher is Ballantine Books (a division of Random House) of New York. The paperback is available, or can be ordered, in most major bookstores in the United States and on the internet through and ISBN: 978-0-375-76028-0 (paperback), ISBN: 978-0-307-48596-0 (eBook).

In the United Kingdom, the publisher is Vermilion (a division of Penguin Random House UK). ISBN:978-1-785-04219-5 (paperback), ISBN: 978-1-4735-6317-9 (eBook), ISBN: 978-1-473-59367-1 (audio download).

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