KidWare: The Parent's Guide to Software for Children

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Prima Pub., 1995 - Family & Relationships - 405 pages
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In this age of information and technology, parents are becoming increasingly more involved in their children's education. This important guide gives parents practical information about the best programs--from classics to lesser-known gems--that no child's software library should be without. Also includes tips on how parents can make the most of their time at the computer with their children.

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Contents

Whats Best?
3
Some Basic Rules
15
Chapter ThreeThe First Steps
23
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Perkins is an editor from Red Herring, Silican Valley's top technology and business magazine.

Nunez is a veteran of several Silicon Valley companies, including Apple computer.

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