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1. e.encyclopedia
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2. E. Encyclopedia Science (DK Google
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4. Dave's Quick 'n' Easy Web Pages
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5. King Of The Birds, The
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6. Make Your Own Web Page!: A Guide
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7. High/Low Handbook : Best Books
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1. e.encyclopedia
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Asin: 0789498693
Catlog: Book (2003-10)
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Publishing
Sales Rank: 31547
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Respected educational publisher DK partners with the world's leading online search engine Google to create the innovative e-encyclopedia, a hefty, heavily illustrated hardcover reference book for young scholars that also refers its readers to their exclusive, kid-friendly web site. Featuring more than 2,000 full-color images, the book covers nine major subject areas: Space, Earth, Nature, Human Body, Science and Technology, People and Places, Society and Beliefs, Arts and Entertainment, and History. Each of the 600 entries provides illustrations and brief, easily digestible tidbits of information about everything from why the Rhine River is so important to Europe to what the brain is made of. If a grey "e" button is visible on the page, that means a treasury of online resources will be available when you search the DK/Google web site for the designated keyword--links that include animations, videos, sound buttons, virtual tours, interactive quizzes, databases, timelines, or real-time reports.

Say you want to learn about rockets. You look it up in the index and find it called out in bold for page 101. Here you'll see a photograph and a brief description of a rocket and how it works. You'll also find the gray "e" button, signaling you to type in "rockets" as a keyword into the given web site. Once you do that, you'll find the following kid-friendly links: 1) How do you launch a rocket from a spinning planet? 2) Launch the space shuttle into orbit beside the ISS, and 3) Visit a rocketry and space flight gallery. Children are also directed towards downloadable images and more directories of related links. Subjects such as metamorphosis provide less-satisfying results, as the page gives the briefest of explanations and a ladybug larva-adult diagram, but no keyword link to the special web site. Still, this useful book offers the possibility of hours of browsing, both on and off-line, giving kids a rich, multimedia learning experience while assuring parents of a kid-safe Internet zone. (Ages 8 and older) --Karin Snelson ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars If you know google, you don't need this book
This is a book for parents and children who are completely in the dark about google. It's the largest, most used search engine out there. Quite frankly, who doesn't know about Google at this point in time. Also, the links mentioned in this book that will be "maintained" and "monitored" and etc.--shouldn't parents be monitoring the sites that their children visit? Does anyone know the involvement and the amount of manpower this will take for a company to monitor ALL of these links? Next to impossible..yet only time will tell. What happened to good-old-fashioned Make Way for Ducklings? What about time away from "the web". DK is really for youngsters who can't read. YES, DK books are full of gorgeous pictures, but that's about...this is a hyped up title. You don't need it. Two stars for effort...I guess they are trying to keep up with technology?

5-0 out of 5 stars Keywords for finding information are highlighted
This unusual 'e.encyclopedia' highlights any subject where you can get extra information on the web - reports, video footage, and even sound recordings. It's organized so keywords for finding such information are highlighted, making it easy for students to use this e-dictionary in conjunction with the computer - but the visual displays and color paired with the basic facts are plenty to also make this stand along as a superior reference. Highly recommended: a visual and practical treat illustrating the positive marriage between reference book and Internet.

5-0 out of 5 stars An Innovative Encyclopedia
"The key aim with e.encyclopedia is to give kids the best resources on paper and online." ~Sue Grabham

Since 99% of public schools in the United States claim to have internet access and more than half of all school-age children are using the internet for homework, e.encyclopedia takes homework to the next level.

This book presents information on everything from Space Observatories to Philosophy. There are annotated maps, charts and timelines. It also has "information keyword buttons." They are little gray dots with white words or white words highlighted in gray. They are easy to find and are blended in all over the pages. When looking at information on volcanoes, I find a button with the word: volcanoes and a highlighted word: Lava.

By entering the site URL to a special area of the DK/Google site, you can find more detailed information. Then, you type in the keywords to find additional information, real-time reports, satellite images, virtual tours and databases. There are also downloadable images and just about everything kids need for homework and projects.

So, say you are researching Ancient Greece and have traveled through this book arriving at say pg. 376. There, you will find a picture of The Parthenon, information on amphitheaters and even a picture of an Athenian coin. To access additional information, you go to the "DK/Google" site and type in the keyword: "Ancient Greece." This takes you to a page with more options.

Explore everyday life in Ancient Greece
Important sites in Ancient Greece
Find out more about the Ancient Greeks
Examine Ancient Greek Artifacts

Then you click on "Explore everyday life in Ancient Greece" and are transported into a page from the history channel. So, in this way, you can find information super fast. It does seem they have made every effort to make links to only reputable sites so parents won't have to worry about children encountering inappropriate material. There are links to more than 1,000 useful sites.

So, do you have to pay extra to use the e.encyclopedia website?

No, it is free. The website address is located on the first page of the book. Once you purchase the book, the website is free.

This book covers a wide variety of subjects including: Earth, Nature, Science and Technology, People and Places, Society and Beliefs, Arts and Entertainment, History and the Human Body.

I think they have gone out of their way to make this kid friendly, however, even adults might be interested in finding many of the links. I found the section on seeing how an embryo develops in the womb to be rather fascinating. The section on new materials was quite interesting. Could seaweed be used to make a new plastic? Apparently there is material called "Seagel" that is made from agar and is the lightest solid.

You will also find answers to the following questions:

Are mountains still growing?
What causes tides?
How do scientists use the Quantum Theory?
Why is a swimming pool deeper than it looks?
Who were the first philosophers?
How are Musical instruments categorized?
What is a nanomachine?
Who really invented the World Wide Web?
How does the Internet Work?

DK excels in the illustration department. You will find a toucan peering out of the page on pg. 233 and beautiful full-color illustrations on every page.

Picture highlights: The picture of the Hindu Marriage. What a dress! Loved the picture of the nanorobots and the pictures for the diatonms were rather pretty. Also, who knew a pollen grain was so beautiful. The photography is spectacular.

DK & Google have joined forces to make homework fun. There is so much information here, I could spend hours just looking through page after page. e.encyclopedia will give your children a basic overview of our life on earth. Not only will children find these facts intriguing, once they find a subject of interest, they can take their knowledge to the next level by continuing their research online.

What a brilliant idea!

~TheRebeccaReview.com ... Read more


2. E. Encyclopedia Science (DK Google E.Encyclopedias)
by Fran Bainers, Paula Borton, Gilly Cameron Cooper, Robert Dinwiddie, Jacqueline Fortey, Sarah Goulding, Margaret Hynes, Patricia Moss, Sue Nicholson, Nigel Ritchie, Richard Williams
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Asin: 0756602157
Catlog: Book (2004-08-02)
Publisher: DK Publishing Inc
Sales Rank: 16014
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The e.encyclopedia science pulls out all the stops to tell-and show-readers everything about science. Packed with the very latest photographs, illustrations, and 3-D models, and enhanced by cutting-edge computer image manipulation, e.encyclopedia science is a comprehensive and authoritative reference work for children.

That's not all it is, though. The e.encyclopedia program takes the next step in modern reference publishing by partnering with Google, the Web's most trafficked search engine, to actively manage and update dedicated Web sites to take you directly to the most useful, safe, and age-appropriate information online. DK and Google-a match made in info-gathering heaven-set the benchmark for science and technology reference for the whole family.
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3. The Usborne Internet-Linked Encyclopedia Of World History (World History)
by Jane Bingham, Fiona Chandler, Sam Taplin, Giacinto Gaudenzi, Ian Jackson, Jeremy Gower, Nicholas Hewetson, Lorenzo Cecchi, Justine Torode, David Cuzik, Gary Bines, David Wright
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Asin: 0746041683
Catlog: Book (2001-01-01)
Publisher: E.D.C. Publishing
Sales Rank: 44095
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Adds the benefits of the Internet to a traditional book!!!
This book is a comprehensive survey of history from the creation of the Earth to the begining of the Millenium.It is divided into 4 sections:Pre-History, Ancient World, Medieval World, and the Last 500 years. It is a very visual book, with lots of photographs and illustrations to complement the concise text...But what makes it an INCREDIBLE resource is that it is internet-linked. There are hundreds of websites listed in the book that expand on the information presented. The research team at Usborne books has come up with age-appropriate websites from extremely reputable universities, museums, and institutions throughout the world to complement what is in their encylopedia. Let me give a few examples. For Ancient History there is a link to the University of Pennsylvania where a person can print out his/her name in hierglyphics. For modern day, there is a fabulous site at the BBC where you can read about the rise of Hilter and take a quiz afterwards. There is another site where you can listen to famous speeches throughout the ages. IT IS SO INCREDIBLE. And the best part is you can access all the listed sites through Usborne's website. The publisher's site will keep the links up to date if addresses change. This is a terrific resource for any student. ... Read more


4. Dave's Quick 'n' Easy Web Pages : An Introductory Guide to Creating Web Sites
by Dave Lindsay, Brian Jacques, Bruce Lindsay
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Asin: 096906098X
Catlog: Book (2001-04-02)
Publisher: Erin Publications
Sales Rank: 195327
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Want to create your own web site? Not sure where to begin? Afraid it might be expensive? Dave's book shows how to get free web design software, free internet access, free web server space, and a free web-based e-mail address. Dave takes you step-by-step through the web site creation process. Begin with a simple page. Add links, color, images, a background, sound, animation, and a message banner. Create a professional layout using tables. Convert your simple page to a multi-page web site. Add an image map, a visitor counter, a guest book, and a password-protected area. Convert to a free easy-to-remember web site address. Then register your web site with the key search engines. Dave shares his personal tips and tricks for avoiding pitfalls. Dave's Quick 'n' Easy Web Pages is used by North American educators from fifth grade through college. Great for small business owners too. Practical. Simple. "Quick 'n' Easy." ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars HTML Simplified
When I agreed(okay, well, volunteered)to recreate a section of my employer's website I was, perhaps, a bit too confident in my skills. I am by no means computer illiterate, but I had very little experience with HTML and all else that is needed to design a webpage.

I was to be working with a well known web development program and tried as best I could to learn through the tutorials and such. Ha. Let's just say that didn't work out so well. And this program is suppose to make things easy. One of those, "even idiots can use this because this and that are already done for you" type things. But I guess I like doing things the hard way.

And that's where *Dave's Quick 'n' Easy Web Pages* came in. It details in very simple terms HTML coding, showing you what the page would look like in code and also what it would look like in a browser. Things like hyperlinks and how to insert become far less daunting with the instructions in this book.

I don't think that it matters that it was written by a very young man or that the publisher has seen fit to classify it as a young adult text. I found it infinitely more useful and usable than a good deal of the other books I picked up for help.

1-0 out of 5 stars Wrong approach. Focuses solely on HTML.
I got this book, and was disappointed. It starts out teaching HTML, the language web pages are used for. HTML programming is the wrong way to start learning web page design. Tools like FrontPage and even MS Word will do ALL the HTML programming for you. After starting to read this book with my 8 year old daughter, we went down to the computer, started Microsoft Word, and made a couple web pages. That was a visual way to program, and it lets the tools handle the details. This book is the wrong way to learn web page development and design.

5-0 out of 5 stars A simple, highly practical guide for web designers
Dave's Quick 'n' Easy Web Pages: An Introductory Guide To Creating Web Sites is a simple, highly practical guide for web designers ranging from beginning to intermediate experience and skill. Individual chapters address hyperlinks, animated images, sound, tables, additional features like counters and message boards, and much more in this superb, "user friendly", compact primer that can teach anyone to get a basic web page up and running in almost no time at all!

4-0 out of 5 stars Dave's Quick 'n' Easy Web Pages
Although this is listed as a "kid's" book, it is a clear step by step procedural manual for anyone new to HTML and wanting to set up their own website. Dave takes us from a simple text-filled page through adding numbered lists, bulleted lists, colors for text and background, adding tables, adding images, creating hyperlinks with text or images, and creating an image map (an image that has "hot spots" to be clicked as links). He also has listed many websites for downloading free programs, clip art, backgrounds, etc. He shows how to set up, save, and then upload website pages onto the Internet. The procedures are easy to follow if the reader carefully recreates what Dave has written.

Definitely a good book for anyone new to creating personal webpages.

5-0 out of 5 stars Quick is the Operative Word
Up until recently, web pages held a certain mystique for me. Not any more. One of the reasons for that is this little 116 page book.

Rather than load you up with a bunch of theory and technical jargon, Dave Lindsay gives you just what you need to get started. By the end of the first chapter (which is only nine pages), he has you creating your own basic web page. This all with the most basic of word processors (like Simpletext in MAC or Notepad for your PC)!

With information conveniently contained in the back of the book, he even shows you how to obtain software to upload this basic web page, a server to host your site, and how to upload your page -- all for free.

From there, the author guides you through more advanced techniques like adding sound, message banners and even animated images. This is really a lot more than I expected from a "basic" book, especially one that is just over 100 pages.

For web design "newbies" that just want to get their feet wet, this is a great place to start. It's all written in plain English with the bare minimum of technical codes. As you go through the book and each new technique, they are illustrated to demonstrate how it changes your site.

DAVE'S QUICK 'N' EASY is great for the person intimidated by technology or someone that just wants to dive right in, but doesn't know a lot about HTML (the language used to build web pages). For the complete novice or beginner, this book is like running a 100 meter dash. It gets you designing a web page in no time flat. ... Read more


5. King Of The Birds, The
by Helen Ward
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Asin: 0761303138
Catlog: Book (1997-08-01)
Publisher: Millbrook Press
Sales Rank: 624362
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful painting of many different kind of wild birds.
The painting of wild birds in this book is so beautiful that is great for art collection. The author's observation on birds are amazing. All the birds in the book are great arts yet they look alive! ... Read more


6. Make Your Own Web Page!: A Guide for Kids
by Ted Pedersen, Price Stern Sloan, Francis Moss, Nate Evans
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Asin: 0843174595
Catlog: Book (1998-12-28)
Publisher: Price Stern Sloan
Sales Rank: 231311
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Calling all kids! So you want your own Web site? Make Your Own Web Page! A Guide for Kids will help you get up and running with IBM- and Macintosh-compatible instructions. All you need is a plain text editor and a Web browser.Everything there is to know is here: step-by-step guidelines for basic planning and design, helpful how-to's on writing in HTML (hypertext markup language) and creating hypertext links, and terrific tips on adding graphics that will jazz up any Web site. There are even sample Web pages to help you get started, and special sections on safety, e-mail, communication, and publicizing your site so browsers will know where to find you.. Now, you don't have to be a computer expert to join the growing list of Web site personalities. With Make Your Own Web Page! A Guide for Kids, the next hot Web page on the World Wide Web can be yours! ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great!
I already had a web site when I got this book...but I got itanyway to see if I would learn anything new. Wow, I did, and it's agreat book. The directions are really simple, and it lets you make a great web site. They have step by step instructions to make a sample web site that really exists... It's really neat!

5-0 out of 5 stars Make your own web page!
I already had a web site when I got this book...but I got itanyway to see if I would learn anything new. Wow, I did, and it's a great book. The directions are really simple, and it lets you make a great web site. They have step by step instructions to make a sample web site that really exists... It's really neat!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great beginner website building book!
I bought this book at my sixth grade book fair at my school. It was my first introduction to HTML and web design, and I've been constantly designing websites ever since. The book is fun to read and is easy to follow, and within a week I had a website already created that had my personal picture, my personal biography, and my favorite links. I showed it to my teacher at school and impressed her quite a bit :) Now I'm building websites constantly (...). I highly, highly recommend this book for kids and adults alike!

5-0 out of 5 stars Even a grown-up can learn from this book!
This book was very readable and easy to understand. Even though I am a beginner at this, it provided me with enough information to build my own web page. It is written in a conversational style with charts of useful code and many examples of how a page in progress would look. Index and glossary. Good book for both PC and Mac users.

3-0 out of 5 stars easy to use
This book was good for helping you make a website...i made my own off of it! The problem was, there was too many details they told you to follow. I think it's a good book to get you started and for reference, but nothing more. ... Read more


7. High/Low Handbook : Best Books and Web Sites for Reluctant Teen Readers Fourth Edition (Serving Special Needs Series)
by Ellen Libretto, Catherine Barr
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Asin: 0313322767
Catlog: Book (2002-12-30)
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
Sales Rank: 548832
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Finding well-written and engaging material for teens with substandard reading ability can be a challenge. This handbook is designed to help, describing more than 500 of the best new titles for reluctant teen readers and serving as a wonderful readers' advisory and collection development tool. ... Read more


8. Online Activities For Kids:Projects for School, Extra Credit, or Just Plain Fun!
by PrestonGralla
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Asin: 0471390739
Catlog: Book (2001-12-21)
Publisher: Wiley
Sales Rank: 228678
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Surf your way to fun-filled adventure and school success in cyberspace!

Want to join in the search for real-life aliens, take a virtual trip into the eye of a hurricane, and learn magic as you master mathematics? With Online Activities for Kids, the fun never stops and the learning just comes naturally. Where else can you build research skills while creating a family Web page, or learn about world geography while going on an Internet treasure hunt? Take a journey on the Underground Railroad. Turn your room into a world-class art museum. Build a dinosaur from fossils. This easy-to-use, step-by-step guide is bursting with imaginative projects like these and many more, including:

  • Design your own roller coaster
  • Relive a day in the life of a Civil War soldier
  • Write a letter in a language you don’t even speak
  • Find out how much you’d weigh on Jupiter
  • Write haiku poetry
  • And much, much more . . .

With Online Activities for Kids, you’ll have a great time exploring the Internet, and you’ll amaze everyone with your fabulous projects and super cybersurfing skills. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Online Activities For Kids
This book is so much fun! It is easy to use and offers imaginative ideas for internet projects and cybersurfing. My favorite project was to write haiku poetry and get it published on the web. You won't want to put this book down until you've tried every single project, either with your family, your classroom, or even just by yourself. ... Read more


9. 300 Incredible Things for Kids on the Internet
by Ken Leebow
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Asin: 0965866815
Catlog: Book (2001-10)
Publisher: VIP Publishing
Sales Rank: 45264
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Parents hear all the time about what a great resource the Internet is, but it's often tough to know where to start. Searching for information to help with homework often yields more garbage than useful material, and there's always the risk of stumbling across something offensive while online. 300 Incredible Things for Kids on the Internet provides 300 starting points for parents and kids who want to explore the Internet together, safely and constructively.

Essentially, this is a collection of Web addresses, with little commentary, that you can visit with your browser. The sites cover a considerable range of topics from general-reference sites (including dictionaries, encyclopedias, and almanacs) to specialized sites (literature, space exploration, science projects, dinosaurs, pets, history--you name it). Everything's screened for kid-suitability, though the content of the various sites appeals to different age groups (say, from preschool through junior high).

Plus, Leebow includes a selection of parental-interest sites. These deal with parenting advice, education issues, health, and safety. These sites also address Internet issues, including objectionable content and--for those parents who need to catch up to their kids' skill level--the basics of Web surfing. --David Wall ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Gift for Kids and Their Families!
The Internet has many fun and exiting things for kids and their families to do. Ken Leebow has produced 300 Incredible Things For Kids on the Internet to provide them with many things to do that will educate, entertain, and otherwise keep them busy exploring the vast sums of information available online.

This book is a compilation of links arranged topically. Kids and their families will be able to visit famous places such as the White House and other government buildings, they will be able to read up on our Presidents, they will learn some US history, visit libraries and museums, obtain college entrance information. listen to music, play games, and do other things.

This Internet directory makes the perfect gift for kids and their families. It's compact, very easy to read, and will provide many hours of fun for the entire family. It will make an excellent gift and promotional give-away at parties, tradeshow exhibits, and other special functions. The book can also be customized for any company and organizational promotion!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must-Have!
300 Incredible Things for Kids on the Internet is a must-have for anyone involved with kids! No other Internet reference book is as exciting for kids, and adults, as your book and the knowledge gained is invaluable!

4-0 out of 5 stars Children must be kept safe by information given to them.
Children are our most precious commodity. The book 300 Incredible Things for Kids on the Internet is filled with great resources from the internet which is safe and constructive information.

These resources are virtually a collection of web addresses that you can visit with your web browser. These addresses are full of subjects which range from general reference - dictionary, encyclopedia to specialized subjects - literature, space, history, pets - you name it. It can be all found in this book.

Another rewarding experience with this book is that both the parent and kids can go online and browse to find valuable information.

4-0 out of 5 stars a good starting place
I hadn't really expected it to be just a list of internet addresses but even so I was quite pleasantly suprised. Even my 13 year old computer whiz kid son was fairly impressed - not that he would admit to it! nd it's not just for kids either - I found a few sites that I was interested in - mind you, I'm a big kid at heart!

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a great book for kids of all ages!
When I have to look up something for school, or for fun, this is a great book to look whatever I want up! And it's all safe for kids to use too. ... Read more


10. Lion & The Mouse, The (Trd)
by Ian Andrews
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Asin: 1562949330
Catlog: Book (1995-08-01)
Publisher: Millbrook Press
Sales Rank: 915327
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11. Bringing Photos, Music, and Video into Your Web Page (Internet Library)
by Gerry Souter, Janet Souter, Allison Souter
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Asin: 0766020827
Catlog: Book (2003-06-01)
Publisher: Enslow Publishers
Sales Rank: 1310615
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12. Blogging for Teens
by John W. Gosney
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Asin: 1592004768
Catlog: Book (2004-07-29)
Publisher: Muska & Lipman/Premier-Trade
Sales Rank: 697098
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Wouldn?t it be great to have a world-wide stage where you could share your thoughts and opinions and discuss them with others? Blogging lets you do exactly that?and more! Get ready to share your views with the world as you learn how to create and maintain your own blog. "Blogging for Teens" takes you through every step?from registering and building your blog to effectively expressing your thoughts and providing others with a way to respond. Your blog can provide an interesting forum for connecting with others and sharing your ideas. Let your blog be a reflection of who you are. Where you take it is up to you! ... Read more


13. E. Guide Dinosaur (Dk/Google E.Guides)
by Dougal Dixon, John Malam
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Asin: 0756607612
Catlog: Book (2004-10-01)
Publisher: DK Publishing Inc
Sales Rank: 194101
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e.guides Dinosaur presents the landmark discoveries of the last 200 years, goes on location with today's great fossil hunters, investigating and analyzing their finds, and follows the reconstruction processes behind the creation of life-size museum models. Dramatic illustrations bring to life the best-known finds by combining the latest scholarship and the latest, dazzling Photoshop and CGI techniques.

This brand new reference series reflects and enhances how today's young researchers gather, assess, and present information. Part of DK and Google's exciting family reference partnership, e.guides look at core topics from many angles, including facts, 3-D models, data boxes, charts, and more.
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14. Science Encyclopedia (Science Encyclopedia)
by Kirsteen Rogers, Laura Howell, Alastair Smith, Phillip Clarke, Corinne Henderson
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Asin: 074603833X
Catlog: Book (2001-01-01)
Publisher: E.D.C. Publishing
Sales Rank: 108869
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Really great
We got this book for our inquisitive-minded kid; it's great because it's plainly written but not in a condescending tone (my kid hates that!). The illustrations are really good too. Our son tried a few of the internet links which were really great. Then it disappeared to resurface in the bathroom! Let's just say it's become a parent favorite too! ... Read more


15. Awesome Internet Sites for Kids!
by Sandra Antoniani
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Asin: 0973102004
Catlog: Book (2002-09-01)
Publisher: Ride the Wave Media
Sales Rank: 274382
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Book Description

Clear, easy to read reviews of nearly 300 of the best sites for 5 - 13 year olds. Printed on 100% Recycled Paper.

38 subject categories include everything from fun sites like music, games and arts & crafts, to homework helpers such as history, science and geography.

Easy & Safe - each site has been designated an easy Smork Website Address - kids can type it in, or click on the address at Smork's homepage. Using the easy address helps avoid the risk of ending up on the wrong site.

Easy to use (-/+) age ranking system helps kids choose the sites they'll relate to best. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Hundreds of the best websites for children ages 5 to 13
Awesome Internet Sites For Kids is a compilation of reviews on hundreds of the best websites for children ages 5 to 13. Compiled by Sandra Antoniani with the help of friends, this compendium of safe and appealing Internet resources can enable children to utilize their computers to learn, to expand their interests, and to have fun. Also included are important tips on accessing the Internet safely, responsibly and effectively. Special sections such as "Community Building" and "Save Our Planet" reinforce the importance of being a responsible global citizen. Enhanced with entertaining illustrations, fascinating facts, engaging questions, and useful activities, Awesome Internet Sites For Kids is a confidently recommended reference for any family seeking to safeguard their children from the hazards and depredations of the Internet, while assisting them to utilize and take full advantage of the wonderful resources available for homework, projects, sports, and hobbies, as well as communication with friends and family.

5-0 out of 5 stars An awesome and entertaining Internet guide
"Awesome Internet Sites for Kids" certainly lives up to its title. The nearly 300 kid-friendly websites surveyed by co-authors Sandra Antoniani, Robyn Rektor, Lisa Slage Robinson, and Fiona Rowan cover everything from animals to world cultures. Each entry, geared toward nine- to twelve-year-old readers, provides a pithy description of a particular site's contents and a helpful age-range indicator. (My sons have especially enjoyed the Jokes, Music, and Fun & Games sections.) Colorful illustrations by Terri Lee, along with "Did You Know?" and other sidebar features, make the book fun for all ages.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Children's Internet Book!!
I don't know why anyone hasn't reviewed this book yet! My daughter received this book for her birthday a few weeks ago and she just loves it! I find this book to be very safe for my children to use. I don't have to worry about them going to an inappropriate site! Aside from all the fun sites, they find the information sites a great asset for their homework assignments. It helped my children to see that the Internet has so much more to offer than they were taking advantage of. I found some great sites for myself, too. This is definitely a great book for children to have! The little Smorkie guy is really cute, love the graphics! ... Read more


16. Space Travel (Dk Google E.Guides)
by Ian Graham
list price: $17.99
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Asin: 0756605334
Catlog: Book (2004-11-01)
Publisher: DK Publishing Inc
Sales Rank: 179669
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Learn how a rocket blasts off, see inside a spacesuit, read about a day in the life of an astronaut, and visit the rocky surface of Mars in a NASA exploration rover. e.guides Space Travel lets you do all this and more, with fantasic double-page spreads that go into each topic in depth.

This brand new reference series reflects and enhances how today's young researchers gather, assess, and present information. Part of DK and Google's exciting family reference partnership, e.guides look at core topics from many angles, including facts, 3-D models, data boxes, charts, and more.
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17. Downloading Copyrighted Stuff From The Internet: Stealing Or Fair Use? (Issues in Focus Today)
by Sherri Mabry Gordon
list price: $31.93
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Asin: 0766021645
Catlog: Book (2005-01-01)
Publisher: Enslow Publishers
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18. Consumerguide, 101 Best Web Sites for Kids
by Trevor Meers, Tony Caldwell
list price: $5.99
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Asin: 0785339310
Catlog: Book (1999-10-01)
Publisher: Consumer Guide Books
Sales Rank: 285112
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Resource
This book is an excellent resource for parents, teachers, and children who are new to the world of the web and even for those who are not. It is precise and straightforward. Children as well as adults will find it useful. When a fellow teacher let me borrow her copy (for a short time only) she allowed me a peek into the wonderful, safe, opportunities available for children on the web. There are homework sites, game sites, craft sites, and many, many others. It is a resource for all ages. ... Read more


19. Mummy (Dk Google E.Guides)
by Peter Chrisp
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Asin: 0756607604
Catlog: Book (2004-11-01)
Publisher: DK Publishing Inc
Sales Rank: 477891
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From Howard Carter's discovery of Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings, to the Ice Man high in the Alps, woolly mammoths in Siberia, warhorses in China, and sacrificial victims in Peru, mummies worldwide continue to hold us in their spell. e.guides Mummy peels back the layers to see inside mummies of all kinds, to understand how they were prepared, and to piece together the evidence about their cultures' beliefs in an afterlife.

This brand new reference series reflects and enhances how today's young researchers gather, assess, and present information. Part of DK and Google's exciting family reference partnership, e.guides look at core topics from many angles, including facts, 3-D models, data boxes, charts, and more.
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20. Internet Safety (Watts Library)
by Josepha Sherman
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Asin: 0531162125
Catlog: Book (2003-09-01)
Publisher: Franklin Watts
Sales Rank: 2024626
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