We’re Celebrating Tech Week!

Let’s get technical! It’s Tech Week here at Book Riot, which means we’ll be discussing all things technology and tech-inspired on the page all week long. From kids’ books to comics to nonfiction, and more, we’ve got your tech TBR covered.

Gear up and get ready to jump into Tech Week! And check back here for new content as it posts all week:

6 Books Written by Women Working in Tech

This list of books by women in tech is sponsored by The Hive by Barry Lyga and Morgan Baden from KCP Loft. New York Times bestselling authors Barry Lyga and Morgan Baden have teamed up for the first time to create a novel that’s gripping, terrifying and more relevant every day. The Hive follows seventeen-year-old Cassie, who, after being “condemned” on social media, is on the run from a deadly state-sanctioned mob seeking to exact IRL punishment. Aided by a shadowy underground network, Cassie becomes an unlikely heroine, as her search for the truth makes her a threat to the entire unjust...Continue Reading

10 Kids Books about Inventors to Inspire Young Creators

Remember being a kid and finding out that someone invented basically everything? The chair in your dining room. The phone your parents talked on. Even the fire in your fire place. Those all had to be invented. Amazing!  With a new focus on technology and STEM education, there are more and more of books being written for kids to inspire young creators. There are books about real inventors from history and books that portray relatable fictional inventors. From robots to mathematicians and coders to engineers, these 10 inventor kids books will challenge children's imaginations and inspire new ideas that might...Continue Reading

Technology Tips to Improve Reading Experience

I’ve always been a voracious reader, but reading hasn't always been a comfortable experience. I got headaches when reading, I would read the same sentence over and over, I would cry in frustration when I wrote something in the wrong column of a chart. I had vision problems my glasses couldn’t fix. Eventually at eighteen, I was tested for a light sensitivity disorder. This disorder affects many assets of my life. I can’t look at striped clothing without feeling dizzy. Black and white print ( like newsprint) looks swimmy to me. Graphs and charts are troublesome. However, with the help...Continue Reading

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