This book is weird. I checked it out from the library because my stepson plays a lot of video games, and I find it odd that he'd rather do that than just about anything else. But about 1/4 of the way through, it becomes clear that the authors are fundies, so I'm really not interested in their theories on raising kids and family life in general.
One part made me laugh though. The author mentions a conversation she had with James Dobson, the Focus on the Family guy. He said he was glad that video games didn't exist when he was a boy, as he'd have gotten "addicted" to them. The author said something like "What a tragedy it would have been for the world if Mr. Dobson had gotten so distracted that he didn't grow up to carry out his wonderful work!" Riiiight, tragedy. He's done so much good.