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Computational Fairy Tales
Computational Fairy Tales
by Jeremy Kubica
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.39

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic introduction to computational thinking, 7 Feb. 2014
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I have recommended this book to half a dozen friends so far and even bought a copy for a lad down the road who is interested in learning to program. The ideas in the books are illustrated in a really clear and engaging way. Plus the overall structure of the books has been carefully thought out to advance both the student's understanding of computational thinking and keep the reader engaged with the rather humorous journey of discovery by the Princess. I sincerely hope that this book will help to inspire new generations of software developers.

Torchlight (PC)
Torchlight (PC)
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Price: £5.99

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Diablo Clone, 29 Dec. 2010
This review is from: Torchlight (PC) (Video Game)
This is a fun Diablo game clone with nice cartoon-like graphics that is very easy to learn and play. You get to choose from one of three classes each with their own ability trees. Then it's time to explore one dungeon after the next going ever deeper and deeper. There's side quests and mini-dungeons that you can explore for more treasure and gold. All in all a terrific game, I'm hooked.

Everyday Kabbalah
Everyday Kabbalah
by Melinda Ribner
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Words of wisdom, 16 Oct. 2006
This review is from: Everyday Kabbalah (Paperback)
I picked this book up thinking that it would be another one of those books that give a brief overview of kabbalah without any depths. However, the book turned out to be a well written and engaging account of how to use meditation in Jewish life (and life in general).

The book guides the reader through a number of meditative exercises, weaves in the richness of kabbalah and is a fantastic guide for those those who do not have a teacher of flesh and blood to help guide them. Meditation is the key to unlocking secrets, this book provides a toolkit.

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