The ABCs of Geekdom

'My Little Geek' by Andrew & Sarah Spear, and illustrations by Edit Sliacka

As a proud father, I understand the importance of teaching my kids about the things in life that really matter. You know, stuff like robots, video games, and computers. To help them learn, there’s now an ABC book just for kids, called My Little Geek.

Written by Andrew & Sarah Spear, with fantastically whimsical full-color art by Edit Sliacka, the book takes you through the ABCs of geekdom, with entries like “A is for Android,” “B is for Binary,” and “C is for Caffeine.” It’s available for around $20 from both ThinkGeek and MightyApe, which seems a little pricey for an 18-page kids’ book, but the inside pages look adorable, as you can see below.

There’s also a $2.99 matching game app for iPad that serves as a companion to the book (not a replacement).

Pages from 'My Little Geek'

Pages from 'My Little Geek'

Pages from 'My Little Geek'

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Unathletic, uncoordinated tall man with endless creativity stampeding through his overactive brain. Comes with beard, wife, and two miniature humans. Novelist. General blogger and main Gaming Geek for ForeverGeek. Lead Blogger, Apple Gazette.

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