Linux is a rather scalable and reliable Operating System, that most companies rely on it, but in desktop market it is almost absent! May one think about user unfriendly problems (which have been solved since the early 2000s), nowadays Linux is comparable to both MS-Windows and Mac OSX in this area (thanks to both GNOME and KDE). I think Linux lacks in books for kids and starters, it is so easy to find dozens of books about MS Windows for kids, but can you find them that easily for Linux?
Last summer I was in my city, Hawler(Erbil) (the capital of Kurdistan), and visited most of the bookshops in order to find a Kurdish book about Linux, but what a shame I couldn't find one!
Another strange story, I went to Salahadin University (the place I graduated in), and talked a bit about open source softwares and avoiding using illegal softwares, one of the attendants, asked me do we have any alternative of Windows? Most of Kurdish haven't heard about anything other than Microsoft! Isn't it strange?
I am planning to write a booklet for learning Linux for kids, and I really need your help, if you have any idea, any useful link, or if you want to help me out, please leave me a comment or send me a message.