Irving, T.
November 2004
Scholastic Parent & Child;Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p9
The article presents information on BI.-KidzMouse which is used in a computer. It is a computer mouse that looks like a colorful toy beetle. The best part is that the mouse is perfectly sized for small hands. The article also talks about a child who plays on the computer, whether he is involved in a computer game or sending e-mail to his grandpa. He liked the mouse so much, that his parents purchased the super cute headphones — also painted to look like bugs and designed to fit comfortably on his head — so that he can listen to his favorite audiobooks and music CDs during quiet times. These are products are available from kidzmouse.com, or call 888-503-KIDZ.


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