AFA’s CyberPatriot program has announced the release of its first published children’s storybook, Sarah the Cyber Hero. This story is the first known cybersecurity storybook of its kind promoting science, technology, engineering, and math education among America’s youth. “We are thrilled to have Sarah the Cyber Hero as the first book in our Cyber Education Literature Series,” said Rachel Zimmerman, CyberPatriot’s director of business operations. “Children today are getting online at a young age and they need to understand the importance of cybersecurity and being safe in our connected world.” Sarah the Cyber Hero features a female protagonist living in a town full of superheroes. She must earn her superhero cape using the cyber skills she has learned in her school’s cyber education program to protect the town from a malware virus downloaded to a computer. CyberPatriot also recently began its 10th competition season, registering a record-breaking 5,584 teams across the United States and US Department of Defense Schools worldwide. Sarah the Cyber Hero is now available for purchase as an ebook and hard copy. Learn more about Sarah the Cyber Hero and the CyberPatriot program here.