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Children's book asks 'Who Was Steve Jobs'

Penguin division publishes kid's book on late Apple CEO

If you are collecting Steve Jobs books, there's another one to add to your collection, although this one is aimed at children.

'Who was Steve Jobs' is penned by Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso and includes illustrations by John O'Brien. It's available on Amazon for £3.10, but not as a Kindle version, and it's not on the iBook Store.

It was published on 29 March and is part of a series of Who Was books, published by Grosset & Dunlap which is part of the Penguin Group. Other Who Was books in the series include Who Was Leonardo da Vinci, Who Was Albert Einstein, and Who Was Queen Elizabeth (they mean the first one, not the current one).

9to5Mac reports that the Steve Jobs children's book has hit store shelves.


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