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- The format of the series is unique, with humorous, cartoon-like original illustrations from the author. - Special sales potential in museum gift shops. - Perfect for developing scientists and critical thinkers. - Emphasizes the hard work, patience, and fearless curiosity needed to do great science.


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- The format of the series is unique, with humorous, cartoon-like original illustrations from the author. - Special sales potential in museum gift shops. - Perfect for developing scientists and critical thinkers. - Emphasizes the hard work, patience, and fearless curiosity needed to do great science.

30 review for Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak: Geek Heroes Who Put the Personal in Computers

  1. 5 out of 5

    Shelli

    I have read several of the Getting to Know… book series by Mike Venezia and have enjoyed them all. This series on the inventors and scientists make science fun for young readers with its humorous cartoons and interesting easy to follow facts. Elementary schools and libraries would be remiss in not purchasing the entire collection. *This edition has become a bit outdated because it was written before Steve Jobs passed away from cancer in 2011.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Holland

    Biographical timeline of the combination of the brains behind the Apple computer and its inception.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    Audience: ages 5-9, techies, science kids, inventor kids Appeal: the print is bigger, which helps, and the cartoons are funny in an understandable way which makes this book great for a younger age group; there's also a glossary in the back for bolded terms which will help with vocabulary. Application: I would use this book to help explain the creation of computers; I would also give this book to a student who might be interested in the history of technology. Or, if their parents have ever talked a Audience: ages 5-9, techies, science kids, inventor kids Appeal: the print is bigger, which helps, and the cartoons are funny in an understandable way which makes this book great for a younger age group; there's also a glossary in the back for bolded terms which will help with vocabulary. Application: I would use this book to help explain the creation of computers; I would also give this book to a student who might be interested in the history of technology. Or, if their parents have ever talked about Steve Jobs a lot, this book would be good for them to understand the impact he made during his life. I found this book very informative. I learned a lot!! *When this book was published, Steve Jobs was still alive and kicking. This book, therefore, does not mention his passing*

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