The Complete Idiot's Guide to Webkinz

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Penguin, 2008 - Computers - 147 pages
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A guide for parents on the latest kid craze.

Wildly popular, Webkinz® are the must-have toy for every five- to twelve-year old. Presented in a highly intuitive, handbook-style organization, here is the first guide on this sought after stuffed animal. It enables parents to quickly and efficiently find the critters they re looking for, learn the ins and outs of the Webkinz® Web site, and understand what their kids are doing online.
The first book to be released about Webkinz®
Contains everything busy parents need to know about Webkinz®
 

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This book was way too hard to understand. The author kept on persistently using complicated language and trying to make Webkinz sound fancier then they are. Do not buy this book unless you have a PhD or two. Good luck understanding!

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Contents

Getting Started
1
Earning Cash and What You Can Buy
15
Fun and Games
31
Educational Activities
59
Communication and Security
73
Cooking and Socializing
95
Webkinz Trading Cards
103
FAQs Frequently Asked Questions
113
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About the author (2008)

Marcia Layton Turner is a parent and the author and co-author of many books, including The Unofficial Guide to Marketing Your Small Business and The Complete Idiot s Guide® to 30,000 Baby Names. The former contributing editor of ePregnancy magazine, she s written for Woman s Day, Parenting, and Gift Shop, among other publications.
Grant Turner is a seven-year-old expert in all things Webkinz®, from quizzes and online job activities to gem hunts and games. This is his first book.

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