First highlighted by The Loop, “Who Was Steve Jobs?” by authors Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso is a new book which aims to educate children on the life and works of the late Apple CEO and Chairman himself, Steve Jobs.
Targeted at Grade Level 3 (and above), and featuring illustrations from John O’Brien and Nancy Harrison, the book aims to consolidate Steve’s life into easy to understand, readable chunks for the next-generation.
While some out there may see this as just another way to milk the cow – in this instance – I find it poinient. I think the generation to come and all the generations after theirs should know about Steve and what he did for the technological age. Just as I would expect for Gates, Brin and the other truly-influential trendsetters of our time.
If you’re interested, “Who Was Steve Jobs?” is available on Amazon for $4.99.