Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs

Inventor del mañana

Miguel Pang, Julio Fajardo

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Steve Jobs fue un visionario, inventor e informático al que le debemos la creación de aparatos tan imprescindibles como el iPhone o el iPad. Tuvo una vida muy intensa y supo aprovechar las dificultades para superarse y sacar lo mejor de sí mismo. Además, consiguió lo que se había propuesto desde joven: irse a la cama cada noche sabiendo que había hecho algo útil e importante. Gracias a sus ideas e inventos llegó a cambiar nada menos que nuestra manera de vivir.Tanto el registro de la narración como el estilo de las imágenes están adecuados a un público de escolares con una franja de edad entre 8 y 11 años. El texto y las imágenes se aseguran de tratar temas didácticos transversales a los ámbitos de actividad del personaje, en especial aquellos relativos al mundo de las ciencias y la igualdad de género, de cara tanto a la lectura en familia como al uso en centros escolares y al refuerzo al programa educativo.Las páginas finales del libro contienen una biografía resumida del personaje y una cronología que lo enmarca en la evolución de su disciplina, entre otros personajes destacados.


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Miguel Pang:
He studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Illustration at Escola Massana. Moved by his concern to take illustration to different fields, he has worked for the world of the illustrated album, press and advertising. His work has been exhibited in cities such as New York, Madrid, Barcelona or Gijón. He has been awarded by the American Illustration, the Bologna Children's Bookfair, the Premi Junceda and the Society of Illustrators, among others. Julio Fajarado studied Spanish philology in Salamanca and has worked as an editor and translator for 15 years, publishing the novels Los principios activos and Asamblea ordinary.Miguel Pang studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Illustration at Escola Massana. His work has been exhibited in cities such as New York, Madrid, Barcelona or Gijón. He has been awarded by the American Illustration, the Bologna Children's Bookfair, the Premi Junceda and the Society of Illustrators, among others. Julio studied Spanish philology in Salamanca and has worked as an editor and translator for 15 years, publishing the novels "Los principios activos" (451 Editores, 2008) and "Asamblea ordinaria" (Libros del Asteroide, 2016). "Agustín de Betancourt, un ingeniero universal" was his first foray into children and young people’s literature. Julio Fajarado studied Spanish philology in Salamanca and has worked as an editor and translator for 15 years, publishing the novels Los principios activos and Asamblea ordinary.Miguel Pang studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Illustration at Escola Massana. His work has been exhibited in cities such as New York, Madrid, Barcelona or Gijón. He has been awarded by the American Illustration, the Bologna Children's Bookfair, the Premi Junceda and the Society of Illustrators, among others.|||He studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Illustration at Escola Massana. Moved by his concern to take illustration to different fields, he has worked for the world of the illustrated album, press and advertising. His work has been exhibited in cities such as New York, Madrid, Barcelona or Gijón. He has been awarded by the American Illustration, the Bologna Children's Bookfair, the Premi Junceda and the Society of Illustrators, among others. Julio Fajarado studied Spanish philology in Salamanca and has worked as an editor and translator for 15 years, publishing the novels Los principios activos and Asamblea ordinary.Miguel Pang studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Illustration at Escola Massana. His work has been exhibited in cities such as New York, Madrid, Barcelona or Gijón. He has been awarded by the American Illustration, the Bologna Children's Bookfair, the Premi Junceda and the Society of Illustrators, among others. Julio studied Spanish philology in Salamanca and has worked as an editor and translator for 15 years, publishing the novels "Los principios activos" (451 Editores, 2008) and "Asamblea ordinaria" (Libros del Asteroide, 2016). "Agustín de Betancourt, un ingeniero universal" was his first foray into children and young people’s literature. Julio Fajarado studied Spanish philology in Salamanca and has worked as an editor and translator for 15 years, publishing the novels Los principios activos and Asamblea ordinary.Miguel Pang studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Illustration at Escola Massana. His work has been exhibited in cities such as New York, Madrid, Barcelona or Gijón. He has been awarded by the American Illustration, the Bologna Children's Bookfair, the Premi Junceda and the Society of Illustrators, among others.

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