I, Phyllis Wheeler, started writing curriculum for homeschoolers in 2002. The result was Motherboard Books, my publishing company specializing in creative computer science curriculum. This was the first homeschool computer science curriculum, as the Internet was in its early days. My books sold well, and I enjoyed writing them.
But time passed and my true interest emerged: writing fiction. So my company Motherboard Books is now publishing fiction and study guides for that. The original website for Motherboard Books is old and vulnerable to hackers, so I am shutting it down.
The computer science books remain available on Amazon. They feature the wild and crazy Logo computer language invented at MIT in 1969 to teach programming to children. Find the primary computer science book at Rainbow Resource, and all my books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3ISpSJC