An alphabet book for budding geeks

An alphabet book for budding geeks

Full disclosure. I have no children. But if I did, this would definitely be on their bookshelf.

My Little Geekwas created last year by Palmerston North-based Andrew Spear (who runs a few web-based businesses, including Movie Manager and eTheory) and his wife Sarah (a former primary school teacher).

They've just released an iPad version of the book, including a free version.

"Imagine the joy of hearing your two year old chatting away about his holographic ninja or time traveling joystick. From Android to Zombie, this educational book will keep the little ones and parents entertained all night long."

My Little Geek has scored praise from the likes of Guy Kawasaki (“The perfect primer for little geeks”), Robert Scoble ("Cute") and ex-TV3 stalwart David Farrier (“If you want an ABC book this is your only option”).My Little GeekMy Little GeekMy Little Geek

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