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+ - Computer architecture for toddlers

Submitted by uneek
uneek (107167) writes "I have a computer that is broken that is about to be dissected for educational reasons. I would like to find a book, targeted at six year old / kindergarten reading level that talks about the parts of a computer using both pictures and words. I would like my child to take good guesses at what parts are as we take them out.

Does anyone have any recommendations?

Thanks"
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Computer architecture for toddlers

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