Lavishly illustrated with artwork and amazing photographs, Alphabasics are a combination of ABC books and picture dictionaries. Each book names an object for each letter and gives fascinating information on topics that are fresh and appealing to children.-- an entire page explores one subject and its related topics-- lavish illustrations and photographs help provide further information-- entertaining and informative factsWhy are computer problems called "bugs?" One story says that a computer operator found a moth inside a computer that was not working properly and so called the problem a "bug." Computer language and "byte-sized" facts are explained in this easy-to-read book that children will enjoy. 'J' for jargon provides a fun activity of matching slang words, like crash, with their meaning. Full-color photos of children working with computers accompany simple text that deals with: -- e-mail-- hardware-- the internet-- virtual reality, and more!
Publisher: Crabtree Pub Co