Children’s book asks ‘Who Was Steve Jobs?’

Macworld Australia Staff
18 May, 2012
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There’s a new book available about the late Steve Jobs, however this one is aimed at children aged  8 and up.

‘Who Was Steve Jobs?’ is penned by Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso and includes illustrations by John O’Brien.

The book is part of a series of Who Was books, published by Grosset & Dunlap, part of the Penguin Group.  The series of books designed to educate kids about famous figures and why they’re so admired or well-known.

This one concerns Steve’s life and timeline, starting with his days tinkering with electronics in the garage.

It’s available on Amazon for US$4.99 plus shipping, but not as a Kindle version, and it’s not on the iBook Store.



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