Otto the robot builds a spaceship to take him home.
Looking for books to support learning in science, technology, engineering and math? Check out the books below to explore robotics and coding or ask your librarian for other suggestions.
With simple text, graphics, and hands-on activities, this book teaches readers about the ways coding is used in the complex inner workings of common items such as traffic lights and smoke detectors.
When a mysterious letter written in code arrives at King’s house for his human, Kayla, he follows the trail of the person who left it.
Introduces the woman mathematician whose childhood love of numbers led to her prestigious education and contributions at NASA while explaining how her handwritten codes proved essential throughout numerous space missions.
A little girl has a wonderful idea. With the help of her canine assistant, she is going to make the most magnificent thing! She knows just how it will look. She knows just how it will work. But making the most magnificent thing turns out to be harder than she thinks.
Presents computer coding concepts on board pages that feature flaps, pull tabs, sliders and wheels, asking readers to build a robot, escape from a jungle and hunt for bugs.
A young inventor accidentally creates a group of tiny robots that employ their unique abilities and teamwork to become incredibly useful–and maybe even change the world. Includes author’s note on the science and uses of nano-robotics.
An introduction to coding for parents and kids. Includes 18 hands-on activities using ScratchJr, a programming language designed for young children (ages 5-7). Teaches computational thinking, literacy, and math skills through animated collages, interactive stories, and playable games.
A special sauce turns a boy into a robot, and he then transforms everyone and everything into robots, including the book.
Explores the capabilities of robots and the computers that control them.