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Book review: Steve Jobs Insanely Great by Jessie Hartland

Book review: Steve Jobs Insanely Great by Jessie Hartland

Who doesn’t love a graphic novel, especially one as good as Steve Jobs: Insanely Great. Here’s what I thought of this clever little book (that’s a bit of a giveaway).

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Title: Steve Jobs: Insanely Great

Author + Illustrator: Jessie Hartland

Publisher: Random House

About the book: This graphic novel is about the life of the creator of Apple technology, Steve Jobs. I thought that it was really clever putting it into graphic novel format because it makes it easier to understand and it makes a biography fun.

What I thought: I loved all the little illustrations in the book and how it was set out in different chapters for each few years of his life. I learnt a lot that I didn’t know about Steve Jobs and I found the information very easy to understand.

So I would recommend this book for ages 11+ as there are references to adult themes. Actually, kids who are interested in electronics and the history behind computers would especially like this book.

I found Steve Jobs to be an interesting and even inspirational person.

Buy Steve Jobs: Insanely Great here.

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