From McGraw-Hill Education's Inspire Science:
Erik is a seven-year-old boy. He likes everything about video games. He studies the look, sound, and design of each game he plays. When he’s not playing his favorite video games, he’s thinking about how he might develop games to help kids learn things while playing. He’d like to become a video game designer when he grows up.
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