Teacher Development & Resources Library Curated Book Display About Computers and Technology

In honor of National Computer Learning Month, the Teacher Development & Resources Library's October curated book display features a number of selections of children's and teen's literature focused on computers and technology. 

We stand on the shoulders of giants when it comes to advances in computers and technology, and we hope that this month's display provides the spark of excitement to encourage the next generation of innovators.

Some highlighted titles include We Regret to Inform You by Ariel KaplanGoogle It by Anna Crowley ReddingDreaming in Code: Ada Byron Lovelace, Computer Pioneer by Emily Arnold McCully, and Machines That Think! by Don Brown

Check out the full October curated book display.

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