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Henry County, Va., Schools unveiled an internet safety comic book Oct. 22 to help both children and parents navigate the web safely, reports the Martinsville Bulletin. Melany Stowe, communications and community relations director for the division, created "A Stranger is Online," a colorful collection of tips that will be mailed to all fourth- through 12th-grade students. The small comic books are softcover, but a hardback version will be available in each school library. Fifth-graders at Axton Elementary School received their own hardbound copies during a book release event. "How many of you know tips for how to be safe on
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