A lexicon for the children of geeks
If you are going to have your kid flip through endless pictures of apples, oranges and grey bunny rabbits, you might as well make resistors, capacitors and multi-meters part of her growing lexicon too!</span>
This edition is simply pictures and words – the kind of book an infant gnaws on – except its digital so you will have to wipe drool off for infants and protect it from fracture by the toddler.
If you are going to have your kids play with electronics, my hope is that this book could be a supplement to the words they learn. If your kid can recognize some parts on a circuit board and know the names of a few common tools they will be further ahead than most adults I know.
Plus, you get to read to your kids while teaching them electronics – all is well.
What could possibly warrant the publication of a book with so little content?
Dont know what this is...
There is no point in reading this.Ever
A Children’s Book
I am pretty sure this book was meant for kids, showing various components that maybe in an electronic device. However, I do wish he would explain the functionality for kids instead of just pictures.