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  • Navigating Cyberspaceby Kim Etingoff

    Mason Crest 2015; US$ 9.99

    The Internet is a great tool for learning. It's also a lot of fun for games, keeping up with friends, or reading about the things you love. But there are also dangers on the Internet. You can't always know for sure to whom you're talking. Information you put online that you think is safe may become a target for people who are up to no good. Pictures... more...

  • Russell Simmonsby Shaina C. Indovino

    Mason Crest 2014; US$ 9.99

    In the last few decades, more and more people are going to college to further their education. It's hard to become a scientist, a professor, or a businessperson without getting some sort of college degree--but college isn't always necessary to achieve success. Some people are ready to enter the workforce right after high school. Russell Simmons was... more...

  • EllenáDeGeneresby Jaime Seba

    Mason Crest 2014; US$ 9.99

    In the last few decades, more and more people are going to college to further their education. It's hard to become a scientist, a professor, or a businessperson without getting some sort of college degree--but college isn't always necessary to achieve success. Some people are ready to enter the workforce right after high school. Ellen DeGeneres was... more...

  • YouTube«by Celicia Scott

    Mason Crest 2014; US$ 9.99

    You probably watch music videos, movie trailers, or funny clips on YouTube?but just a few years ago, YouTube was only an idea a few friends shared. One of those friends was Steve Chen. Learn about the beginning of one of the most important websites ever created. Discover the story of how Steve helped to start the biggest video site on the Internet. more...

  • Tumblr«by Aurelia Jackson

    Mason Crest 2014; US$ 9.99

    In the last few years, Tumblr has become one of the most popular social networking websites. Before Tumblr was the company we know today, however, it was just one of David Karp's smaller projects. Learn more about one of the most successful young people working in tech?and how he changed the way people share who they are and what they like. Discover... more...

  • Simon Cowellby Shaina C. Indovino

    Mason Crest 2014; US$ 9.99

    In the last few decades, more and more people are going to college to further their education. It's hard to become a scientist, a professor, or a businessperson without getting some sort of college degree--but college isn't always necessary to achieve success. Some people are ready to enter the workforce right after high school. Simon Cowell was one... more...

  • Computer Scientist Jean Bartikby Jennifer Reed

    Lerner Publishing Group 2017; US$ 26.70

    Jean Bartik started her career doing mathematical calculations for top-secret weapons systems projects during World War II. Later, she helped build and program the first all-electronic computer. Find out how she went from gifted mathematics student to sof more...

  • Mathematician and Computer Scientist Grace Hopperby Andrea Pelleschi

    Lerner Publishing Group 2017; US$ 26.70

    After serving in World War II, Grace Hopper helped create a standard computer language—Common Business-Oriented Language, or COBOL. How did Hopper become the "Grandmother of COBOL"? Learn how her outstanding innovations changed the field of comp more...

  • Programming Pioneer Ada Lovelaceby Valerie Bodden

    Lerner Publishing Group 2017; US$ 26.70

    Ada Lovelace loved math and dreaming about new machines. She became friends with inventor and engineer Charles Babbage and realized the full potential of his calculating machines. Find out how Lovelace's determination helped her become the first compu more...

  • Game On!by Dustin Hansen

    Feiwel & Friends 2016; US$ 13.99

    Find out about the fast and furious growth and evolution of video games (including how they are quickly taking over the world!) by looking at some of the most popular, innovative, and influential games ever, from Pong , the very first arcade game ever, to modern hits like Uncharted . Learn about the creators and inspiration (Mario was named after... more...