Look Inside How Computers Work (Usborne)
If you have young children who are curious about computers and how they function, then this captivating, full-color flap book will help to satisfy their curiosity. With computers, tablets, and smartphones all around, this timely resource helps children understand the design features and development of modern computers, as well as some of their capabilities with basic, understandable explanations of coding and how computer programs organize and send information around. Each page holds bright, fun illustrations with Usborne-typical chunks of text explaining bits and pieces of the illustrations and providing relevant information through age appropriate, memorable explanations. Over 70 fun lift-the-flaps offer entice children to discover even more information. 14 pgs, hc. ~ Mike
Each double-page spread has a stunning color illustration and several flaps to lift to find out more about what's going on in the scene such as what goes on inside a computer, how programs organize and send information around, and many other facts. Learn about the history, and gain an understanding of how computers work.
These Usborne lift-the-flap books are made of thick quality pages and feature full color illustrations with lots of engaging flaps. Children will love to learn many interesting details about science related topics as they move through this series. The short text descriptions give just enough information to stimulate and satisfy the curious minds of young children.