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101. Barbie.com: Ballet Buddies (Step-Into-Reading,
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102. Tim Berners-Lee and the Development
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103. Multiplication Division: Windows
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104. Brother Wolf, Sister Sparrow:
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105. Cold Case (Tom Clancy's Net Force;
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106. Bill Gates: Software King (Book
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107. Microsoft Visual Basic FUNdamentals
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108. User Unfriendly
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109. Yahooligans! The Ultimate 2003
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110. 101 Wacky Computer Jokes
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111. Website of the Warped Wizard
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112. Writing a Paperless Paper: A Student
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114. Creating and Publishing Web Pages
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115. Girl Net: A Girl's Guide to the
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116. Cybersurfer: The Owl Internet
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118. Numbers 1-100 Interactive Software:
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101. Barbie.com: Ballet Buddies (Step-Into-Reading, Step 3)
by BARBARA RICHARDS
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Asin: 0307263282
Catlog: Book
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Sales Rank: 123194
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Amy and Michelle are dancing in "The Magic Butterfly." Amy has the lead. But then she gets hurt, and no one knows the part--except Michelle. Can she dance it for the show? Maybe...with a little help from Barbie! Mile 3 Road to Reading books contain longer sentences and more complex plotlines for the increasingly confident reader. ... Read more


102. Tim Berners-Lee and the Development of the World Wide Web (Unlocking the Secrets of Science)
by Ann Gaines, Ann G. Gaines
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Asin: 1584150963
Catlog: Book (2001-11-01)
Publisher: Mitchell Lane Publishers
Sales Rank: 1445744
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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In three months in the fall of 1989, Berners-Lee used the Internet, a discarded defensive weapon of the United States government and its system of sending information over telephone lines, and invented the World Wide Web. Today the World Wide Web exists in every country, reaching tens of millions of homes around the world. People have become friends with other people they will never visit because of it. People conduct business and do shopping without ever leaving their homes. Someday soon elections might be held on it. Every year, it seems, humans find new and better ways to communicate through it.

Berners-Lee remains humble today about his achievement, which he gave away to the world.

"I pieced it together as I pursued my regular work and personal life," he explains in his book Weaving the Web. "But many other people, most of them unknown, contributed essential ingredients, in much the same almost random fashion. A group of individuals holding a common dream and working together at a distance brought about a great change." ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Historical Inconsistency in the Synopsis
I take exception whenever there are books written for our children that are factually inaccurate. Reading only the synopsis of the book, I am taken aback, and am curious about the accuracy of the remainder of the work.

"In three months in the fall of 1989, Berners-Lee used the Internet, a discarded defensive weapon of the United States government and its system of sending information over telephone lines, and invented the World Wide Web."

During the fall of 1989, the Internet was a burgeoning research network funded joinly by the Defense Department and the National Science Foundation, as an offshoot of the DoD's ARPANET project. At that time, the NSF had funded the upgrades to dedicated links for 13 regional research and educational networks in the US. It was hardly a "a discarded defensive weapon of the United States government".

Authors need to verify sources and correct material, especially before supplying it to our children. ... Read more


103. Multiplication Division: Windows Macintosh : Ages 8-Up (School Zone Interactive Flash Action Software)
by School Zone Publishing
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Asin: 0887436331
Catlog: Book (1999-09-01)
Publisher: School Zone Publishing Company
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5-0 out of 5 stars Multiplication Division: Windows: Ages 8-Up School Zone Soft
This was just what I needed to review Multiplication and Division facts. It can be practiced as a timed drill or self paced. At the end of each drill you can print out a page that shows the math facts that the current student needs to practice.
This software requires Quick-Time, Microsft WIndows 95 or higher, 24MB Ram, 640 X 480 16 bit color video, 16 bit sound card 486DX-66MHz or faster processor, 40MB free disk space, and 4X- CD-Rom. I purchased this for home for my daughter and individual copies for our school's computer lab and Math classes. This software is set up to use competitively as well. Two players may play at a time and each receive their own print out when the game is over. GREAT SOFTWARE. My 9 year old loved it! ... Read more


104. Brother Wolf, Sister Sparrow: Stories About Saints and Animals
by Eric A. Kimmel, John Winch
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Asin: 0823417247
Catlog: Book (2003-02-01)
Publisher: Holiday House
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great stories about saints
Saint Francis' "Sermon to the Birds" precedes the stories. Though we are not birds, in a way it prepares us, the readers, for the wonder and mystery that is to follow. The stories are quite interesting. Each tale ends with an informative tidbit about the Saint. For example, "Saint Notburga is the patron saint of poor farmers and hired servants. Her feast day is September 14. Her emblem is the sickle."

John Winch has made two types of illustrations in this book. Before each tale there is an intriguing representation of an artifact representing the Saint. One looks like a painting on wood, one looks like a small statue, another looks like a coin. These gray illustrations also mention the country and rough dates that the Saint lived. I like these symbolic illustrations even more than the colorful acrylic folk paintings that plainly detail the stories.

The verso mentions that "The author's principal source for this book is Butler's Lives of the Saints (New York: P.J. Kennedy & Sons, 1956)."

The author's note is brief and explains what makes a person a saint and the canonization process. The author concludes, "This process does not make a person a saint. Only God can do that. Through canonization, the church recognizes what God has already done." ... Read more


105. Cold Case (Tom Clancy's Net Force; Young Adults, No. 15)
by Bill McCay
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Asin: 042517879X
Catlog: Book (2001-05-01)
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
Sales Rank: 159056
Average Customer Review: 2.83 out of 5 stars
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Playing detective in a mystery simulation, Net Force Explorer Matt Hunter investigates the high-profile murder of a wealthy young socialite. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Very poor work
I am very confused with this Clancy attempt at what it would seem as teen literature. A very dull story, almost obvious. Too boring for adults, yet confusing and truculent for kids.

2-0 out of 5 stars Cold Case
I choose this book because I like Tom Clancy novels. Although I like Tom Clancy novels I think this one could have had more action in it instead of trying to solve an easy mystery. Perhaps if this book were more of an adult book than it would have been much more interesting.
The book is mainly about a team of Net Force Explorers who find themselves in a homicide case. The only thing they have as a lead is a paper with addresses and numbers that were scratched out.
IF you would like to read this book go ahead but I don't recommend it.

1-0 out of 5 stars This book is only good for starting fires.
Ok I love Tom Clancy's books, but this one (disappoints). If you are going to read the Tom Clancy Net Force series, only read the adult level books. These younge adult books (stink) and are an embarrassment to Tom Clancy's name. The only good books are #1-6, dont waste your time reading anything after that.

4-0 out of 5 stars net force
net force is about net force explorers who solve crime

4-0 out of 5 stars Another entertaining net force book.
Join the Net Force Explorers on their latest adventure as they try to solve a 40 year old murder.

This is another great Net Force book. The Net Force series is aimed at the younger reader, but even so it was a very entertaining book to read.

Buy this book today, you won't be disappointed. ... Read more


106. Bill Gates: Software King (Book Report Biographies)
by John Wukovits
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Asin: 0531164918
Catlog: Book (2000-09-01)
Publisher: Franklin Watts
Sales Rank: 590162
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107. Microsoft Visual Basic FUNdamentals
by Alfred C. Thompson, Alfred C. Thompson
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Asin: 1574260227
Catlog: Book (2000-07)
Publisher: Computer Literacy Press
Sales Rank: 1228846
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Microsoft( Visual Basic( FUNdamentals is a fun, new approach to teaching one of the most widely used programming languages in the world.This book, designed for use in a beginning semester course at the high school level, teaches Visual Basic programming using a problem-solving approach.In each chapter, major programming concepts such as repetition, decision structures, and sequential processing are taught with real world examples. There is a strong emphasis on comments and good programming styleþ throughout the book.The chapter projects, which are a combination of business-related projects (such as checkbook record storage) and entertainment projects (such as tic tac toe), all require knowledge, planning, and testing, and will challenge students' critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.The supplementary Teacher's Manual includes student objectives, teaching suggestions, answers to review questions, as well as teaching suggestions and evaluation strategies for exercises and projects.A Solutions Disk included in the Teacher's Manual provides solutions to all chapter exercises and projects.A test bank is also included on the Solutions Disk. ... Read more


108. User Unfriendly
by Vivian Vande Velde
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Asin: 0152163530
Catlog: Book (2001-09-01)
Publisher: Magic Carpet Books
Sales Rank: 417690
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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It’s the most advanced computer role-playing game ever: When you play you’re really there—in a dark dream teeming with evil creatures, danger-filled fortresses, and malevolent sorceries.
The game plugs directly into your brain--no keyboard, no modem, no monitor. And for game hacker Arvin Rizalli and his friends, no cash up front, no questions asked . . . and no hope of rescue when the game goes horribly, deathly wrong.
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3-0 out of 5 stars Blah!
okay, it's possible I missed something, seeing as I don't play RPG's, but I thought this book had some serious flaws in it! The characters were shallow and unpleasent (always bickering amongst themselves),shallow, unpleasent, and did I mention shallow? I have no sympathy whatsoever for any of them. As soon as I finished reading it, I stuck the book back on my shelf and it will probably stay there and gather dust for years.

5-0 out of 5 stars RPG/Fantasy Masterpiece
As I usually find Velde's stories captivating, not only did I find this one just as good as the last ones, but I also found it very realistic to the world of RPGs. Being a thirteen-year-old girl, you would not think that I'd enjoy many video games; quite the opposite. I found this story was staying true to its roots, having a variety of monster's, characters and weapons. The only thing I didn't get was the age limit on this; ages 9-12. Not only does it have some explicit moments of violence, it also uses words I probably wouldn't have known back then. Overall, good use of monsters, and fighting scenes. Only lacking an ending that doesn't leave anything to the imagination--but then, how many books do?

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST BOOK I'VE EVER READ
now this book is very good.it's descriptive.it's itresting.and it's a game. a tenth grader named arvin and his friends are unaware when the get sucked into a virtual reality game.now in this game they all are a generated charecter and are really that person the whole game with that persons memory and fellings.in there case a princess needs to be rescued.now your thinking how original.we'll if you said that read the book.they have tough challenges ahead like arvins mom has a headache the whole time.what's wrong? also they are stuck with computer players. that is until they start to loop.
pros:
descriptive
orginal
page turner

cons:
too short
no sequal[s] as of yet
can't find a book to match it

4-0 out of 5 stars Good RPG Book
I think this is a very good Role Playing book. Personally, I like to RP, and I think the idea of practically living in the RP world would be really fun.

User Unfriendly has very descriptive setting; it makes you feel like you're almost living there. One thing I don't understand is why all of Arvin's friends seem to despise him so much. I didn't find his comments, (maybe his thoughts), annoying so I don't understand why they act so bitterly toward him.

5-0 out of 5 stars User Unfriendly...Friendly?
There is only one word for how good this book was...amazing. Possibly because I am a huge role-playing game (RPG) fan and this book illustrated the life inside of an RPG. The story was portrayed magnificently and the details sounded realistic in comparison to common RPGs in the world today, although much more interesting since it was like being inside of the game instead of just playing it. ... Read more


109. Yahooligans! The Ultimate 2003 Kids Passport to the Web
by Trini Newquist
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Asin: 0743445503
Catlog: Book (2002-08-01)
Publisher: I Books
Sales Rank: 236427
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Yahooligans! The Web Guide for Kids teaches you how to use the web effectively and takes you to the coolest sites on the web. The search mavens at Yahooligans have used the "Four A¹s" to determine whether a site is Accessible, Accurate, Appropriate, and Appealing. If so, it has been included in this book.

Launched in 1996, the Yahooligans! Web guide continues to be one of the leading resources for safe, friendly, kid-appropriate information on the Web. In addition to the extensive Yahooligans! Directory, the site has grown to include a Teachers' Guide; Parents' Guide; Kids' Almanac; Games; Downloader, where kids can download thousands of cool images, sounds and video right onto their desktop; as well as daily news, sports, jokes, and pop culture content.

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5-0 out of 5 stars Get it for your kids--or even yourself!
If you've got kids who use the Internet, you know it's getting bigger--and a little weirder--every day, so it's pretty hard to keep track of decent sites. This book lists a lot of great places to visit for kids, most of which have excellent activities that they can play online. Adults can find a lot here as well; it's amazing the things you can learn from some kids' sites, no matter how old you are.

Get a copy and start visiting cool new places with your kids. It's one of the best guides I've found to getting around the Web. ... Read more


110. 101 Wacky Computer Jokes
by J. B. Stamper, Genevieve Stamper, John Devor, Judith Stamper, G. C. Stamper
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Catlog: Book (1998-04-01)
Publisher: Scholastic
Sales Rank: 231265
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Funniest, the Wackiest, the Very Best
Genevieve Stamper's humor blew me beyond away. Dude, these jokes have been critical at the office! Being a seasoned punster, I know how to 'RAM it up' around business machines. Makes a great gift!!! You can't go 'ROM' with these gems!

5-0 out of 5 stars Genevieve Stamper Rocks This Boat!
Genevieve Stamper is by far the funniest and most entertaining person I have had the pleasure to read. AT first, I bought this book for my little brother, but I started reading it and I couldn't stop! I COULD NOT STOP! I was reading until late late at night, like until 3:00 am in the morning. It was so easy to deliver these jokes to my little brother that I had him up all night too. Sometimes, now when I'm sitting at my desk at work, I think of these jokes and just start cracking up. When I'm sad, all I have to do is pull it off my shelf. Thank you Genevieve Stamper for your wonderful book, it has certainly lightened my life considerably and I recommend it with my whole heart to all those out there who love to laugh, need to laugh, or are just fascinted by today's technology. Wit, intellegence, and goofiness all in one!

5-0 out of 5 stars Kids will LOVE this book!
Miss Stamper taps right into the heart (and funnybone) of her audience in this hilarious collection. Kids will latch right on to these jokes, and will tell them over and over again. This book will become an instant favorite of any young person growing up in this computerized age. ... Read more


111. Website of the Warped Wizard
by Eric A. Kimmel, Jeff Shelly, Eric Kimmel
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Asin: 0141311673
Catlog: Book (2001-03-01)
Publisher: Puffin Books
Sales Rank: 1151487
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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When Jessica's friend Matt suggests she visit a new web site, she is hardly prepared for the twisted cyber world she and Matt enter.A centaur who acts like a surfer dude is one thing, but Robin Hood and his Merrie Men in a motorcycle gang is too much! And what's with Sir Lancelot being turned into a horse?Something is definitely amiss in this Camelot.Can Jessica and Matt uncover the mastermind behind this medieval madness before their crusade is cut short? Readers on a quest for non-stop action and tons of laughs will love this fast-paced, rollicking adventure! ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A hilarious book that's a ton of fun to read!
Jessica loves computer games. Especially violent ones. For a while now, she's been trying to beat Gopher, a game where the player has to defeat mutant gophers with an arsenal of various deadly weapons. She's so sick of Gopher that when her friend Matt offers to meet her on a cool new game site, Go4, she readily agrees. But Jess and Matt are in for the shock of their lives. Because when they play Go4, they find themselves transported to a virtual reality world. In this wacky world, anything goes, including using a credit card without paying and riding on a centaur with the attitude of a surfer dude. But it's not just all fun and games. Because an evil villain wants to take over the world, and only Jess and Matt can stop him. I highly reccomend this book to anyone who's looking for a good laugh. ... Read more


112. Writing a Paperless Paper: A Student Guide to Electronic Study Skills
by James G. Lengel
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Catlog: Book (2001-03)
Publisher: Children's Software Press
Sales Rank: 1862374
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You’re a kid and you’ve just been assigned a research paper. A snap, right? Just jump on the Internet, snag a couple of sites, print out everything you find, copy some more stuff, organize a bit, add a title, print out your paper, and you’re finished or so many kids think.

Alas, it’s not quite that easy. Learning how to search for and verify sources, as well as organize, analyze, and take electronic notes is just the beginning. Citing sources and avoiding plagiarism is a must. And thinking, writing, editing, and coming up with the best format for your project – which just might be in some other form besides printed on paper – -is more of an art today than it has ever been in the long (but perhaps not always illustrious) history of homework.

So how can kids learn these research techniques with a technology twist? The first step is taking apart the process of producing a paper (or perhaps even a "paperless paper") and discussing and analyzing what works when a computer is involved. There are lots of books and pamphlets on how to write a research paper, but until now none have truly focused on how a computer can become a helpmate at every stage in the process.

Introducing Writing A Paperless Paper: A Student Guide to Electronic Study Skills by James G. Lengel, a professor at the College ofCommunication at Boston University. This 24-page booklet introduces, outlines, and explains in clear and simple terms a ten-step process for creating a research project in which the computer helps students plan, organize, research, take electronic notes, keep track of citations, brainstorm, write, edit and ultimately "publish" a paper. It isn’t just a guide to good Internet sites for homework assignments or a research guide that fails to show how helpful the computer can really be (such as those that instruct kids to copy information off the computer onto note cards only to type it back in later). This timely how-to booklet urges students to take advantage of all the computer has to offer. ... Read more


113. Career Exploration on the Internet: A Student's Guide to More Than 500 Web Sites
by Laura R. Gabler
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Catlog: Book (2000-02-01)
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114. Creating and Publishing Web Pages on the Internet (The Internet Library)
by Art Wolinsky
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Catlog: Book (1999-12-01)
Publisher: Enslow Publishers
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A great introduction to web page design
If you've ever been frustrated by "beginner" computer books that already assume you know HTML (or for that matter, that you know what HTML means), you'll be relieved when you buy any or all of the Art Wolinsky "Internet Library" books. "Creating and Publishing Web Pages on the Internet" makes learning the basics lots of fun.

I am not a techie. My elementary-aged son wants to be one, and since we homeschool I knew I had to find a way to satisfy his curiosity and desire to learn. When he brought these books home I was very pleasantly surprised. Wolinksy writes so well, in an easy-to-understand manner, without any unexplained jargon, that even I learned something and enjoyed doing it. "Creating and Publishing Web Pages on the Internet" is a fun introduction to web page design and HTML (for my kindred spirits out there, HTML is a language that tells your web page what to show, what to do next, etc.). The step-by-step instructions are easy to follow.

I do recommend you read the other three books in the "Internet Library" series before this one; it just makes more sense that way. You are led slowly and gently into the world of high tech, and by the time you get to the "Web Page" book it all makes lots of sense.

My son laughed at the illustrations and Wolinsky's humor; Wolinsky knows his audience (late elementary and junior high-aged, probably) very well. A younger elementary student who is a good reader and eager to learn about computers will enjoy them as well.

I highly recommend these books to any family that loves to learn, but especially to homeschooling families. ... Read more


115. Girl Net: A Girl's Guide to the Internet and More
by Sarra Manning
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Catlog: Book (2001-07-01)
Publisher: Chicken House
Sales Rank: 920792
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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How do you keep up with celebrity gossip, find free stuff, play games, shop, and chat? Online, of course! This fabulous guide explains everything you need to know to explore the Net safely and have lots of fun doing it. With advice on how to negotiate a chat room, how to handle tricky cyber situations, how to make your own website, and more, this guide is perfect for any cyber chick. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Girl Net Is Perfect!
I am 11 years old and I have read Girl Net two times. This book is great! I recomend it for kids 8-16 years old. If you do not no the internet well and you read this book you will be a pro. You don't have to be a person who does not no the computer well to read this book. I am really advanced at the computer and this book even tought me something. The book has two people comunicating through IM, email, and chat. Which will show examples. It also has great websites to visit, which are really cool. I know you will love this book if you are intrested in learning the computer in a fun way! ... Read more


116. Cybersurfer: The Owl Internet Guide for Kids
by Nyla Ahmad, Martha Newbigging, Keltie Thomas
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Asin: 1895688507
Catlog: Book (1996-03-01)
Publisher: Greey de Pencier Books
Sales Rank: 1618831
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Good book, bad photo
I think this was a pretty decent book, all in all.

A lot of stuff sheds light, pretty basically, on the physical makeup of the net; an icon listing, weaved with cute little icons, showing you how routers (for example) actually fit into the network.

The included article on the Mitnick case was... I dunno... I thought it was biased, a little. But hey, it's a controversial subject, so...

My only beef is the photo of that kid on page 35... ... ... Read more


117. Kids' Songs about the Internet/Book and Cassette (K-3)
by Sara Jordan
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Catlog: Book (1994-08-01)
Publisher: Sara Jordan Publishing
Sales Rank: 1898111
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Keeping pace with the times. These songs were developed for kids in primary and junior grades to help teach computer literacy and awareness and the basics behind the technology through upbeat catchy tunes. Topics include: binary code, modems, the I.P. address, IRC, newsgroups and much more! The lyrics book includes assignments to help reinforce concepts learned. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great songs that teach kids and make sense of the technology
As a parent of two crazy kids who love the internet, I thought it fitting to purchase this audio kit so that my kids could learn to understand the technology and terms behind the 'Net.

We kept it in our car and my kids (ages 6 and 7) listened to it all of the time. It wasn't long before they were discussing IRC, newsgroups, and the baud speed of our modem!

Actually....they jokingly started to call each other.."Binary Man" and "Router Woman" after two characters in one of the songs!

What a great way to learn! And we are now a more knowledgeable family! ... Read more


118. Numbers 1-100 Interactive Software: Windows Macintosh : Ages 3-Up (School Zone Interactive Flash Action Software)
by School Zone Publishing
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Asin: 0887436315
Catlog: Book (1999-09-01)
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119. The History of the Internet (Watts Library)
by Josepha Sherman
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Catlog: Book (2003-09-01)
Publisher: Franklin Watts
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120. Microsoft Office 2000 Step by Step
by Bonita Sebastian
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Asin: 1574261053
Catlog: Book (1999-06-01)
Publisher: Computer Literacy Pr
Sales Rank: 735886
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