Computer programming is a good exercise for the mind, and it’s an essential skill that can serve anyone well into adulthood. In C Is for Children, author and engineer D. Michael Parrish introduces children to the C programming language.
Parrish presents lessons that focus on the C keywords. C Is for Children discusses all thirty-two keywords of the C89 standard andprovides over twenty example programs, along with guidewordsand a thorough glossary. Designed for third-, fourth-, and fifth-gradestudents, this textbook is an easy-to-follow, step-by-step learning toolfor kids interested in writing their own programs.
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Praise for C Is for Children“D. Michael Parrish is the Dr. Seuss of the digital age.”
—George Matsoukas, author
“In a world of slavish conformity, this book is a refreshing, innovative, and entertaining contribution to children’s literature.”
—Alex Bellas, EdD