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Ken Kutaragi: PlayStation Developer

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Hardcover, 48 pages
Published October 25th 2007 by KidHaven Press
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This short (48 pages) biography actually turned out to be pretty informative. It gives a lot of information on Ken Kutaragi,the man who was the main developer of the PlayStation "family." It quickly covers Kutaragi's childhood (his early interest in computers, his father's printing shop, his having to balance school and late hours working at his father's store), and continued to cover his life after college, including the setbacks he had during his first years at Sony.

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Katy is the award winning author of more than fifteen books for children including FARMER MCPEEPERS AND HIS MISSING MILK COWS (illus. Steve Gray), CALIFORNIA HISTORY FOR KIDS, and the forthcoming ALIENS GET THE SNIFFLES, TOO (Illus. K. G. Campbell) and LOUD LULA (illus. Mike Boldt).

Her work has also appeared in numerous children's magazines, and she has written for several educational publishers.

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