Heather C Hudak
Goodlettsville - Kids Non-Fiction
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The story of the dwarf miniature horse--only 17.5 inches tall-- whose determination and courage has led to a remarkable life.
Who wants to produce podcasts? In this title, prospective podcast producers will meet pioneers in the podcasting field, examine the history of podcasting, and learn about what podcasting entails, the tools used to create podcasts, and trends in the podcast industry. Table of contents, infographics, timeline, fun facts, a glossary, and an index are included.
"Who wants to be an app developer? In this title, prospective app developers will meet pioneers in the app development field, examine the history of app development, learn what app developers do, the software they use, where they work, and mobile devices' effects on the industry."--Amazon.com.
Most people today have cell phones. People rely on cell phones for communication. Cell phones also store a lot of personal data. Cell Phone Privacy explores how people can protect this data.
Computer networks allow people to easily share information. Organizations and entire cities rely on computer networks. Hackers can break into networks to disrupt systems or steal data. Hacking and other cybercrimes are on the rise. Cybercrime explores common cybercrimes and how people can guard against these threats.
The creation of the Internet has brought the world together and made possible a vast array of new technologies and services. The Internet Connects Us All examines the history of the Internet from multiple perspectives, including those of computer scientists Leonard Kleinrock, Vinton Cerf, and Tim Berners-Lee. Easy-to-read text, vivid images, and helpful back matter give readers a clear look at this subject. Features include a table of contents, infographics,...