The sister of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has written a children's book about a little girl who discovers the joys of life away from her computer.
Randi Zuckerberg, 31, was inspired to write the book Dot after worrying about her own son's future.
The story is about a little girl, Dot, who learns that there is life away from her computer and smart phone
"Life's a little bit richer when you look up from the screen," Ms Zuckerberg writes on her blog.
"As I watch my two-year-old begin to discover technology, I feel certain that this is an important message to share with a younger audience."
The story is about a little girl named Dot "who knows how to tap, to swipe and to share, and pays little attention to anything else." But slowly she learns that there is a rewarding existence beyond technology. The book is released next month.
Ms Zuckerberg worked for her brother's company until February 2011, and has since founded her own social media firm named Zuckerberg Media and set up a blog, Dot Complicated, to deal with dilemmas of the digital age.
In it, she shares her tips for parenthood, and discusses how to limit the technology available to her son Asher, two.
"My tech 'rules' for Asher are simple because he's so young," she writes. "I try to limit iPhone and iPad screen time to when we're outside the house. I use these devices to distract him and prevent fussiness at a restaurant or on a long plane ride, for example.
"At home, I prefer Asher engage in creative and active play with us; however I'm always on the lookout for fun and educational apps for him.
"In the end, our goal is to teach our children to use technology responsibly, rather than technology dictating their lives."