Read the latest books covering computer and information technology topics.
Resources for the Maker movement for teens including books, websites, and events at the Library and in the community.
Adventures in Raspberry Pi by Carrie Anne Philbin
Amigurumi! : super happy crochet cute by Elisabeth A. Doherty
Career building through creating mobile apps by Erin Staley
Fun with yarn and fabric by Susanna Zacke & Sania Hedengren
Game art for teens by Les Pardew
Go : a Kidd's guide to graphic design by Chip Kidd
How to draw chiller monsters, werewolves, vampires, and zombies by J. David Spurlock
How to draw like a fashion designer by Celia Joicey and and Dennis Nothdruft
Itty bitty crocheted critters : amigurumi with attitude! by Erin Clark
Leonardo's machines : Da Vinci's inventions revealed edited by Mario Taddei and Edoardo Zanon
Mini amigurumi by Sara Scales
Recycled robots : 10 robot projects by Robert A. Malone
Robot building for teens by Behnam Salemi
Sticky fingers : DIY duct tape projects : easy to pick up, hard to put down by Sophie Maletsky
Super scratch programming adventure! : learn to program by making cool games by The Lead Project
The art of tinkering : meet 150+ makers working at the intersection of art, science & technology by Karen Wilkinson & Mike Petrich
The Manga cookbook by the Manga University Culinary Institute
TeenWorks, a DIY club for teens in grades 6-12, meets during school holidays for craft programs from the traditional to the technological.
A place that lets you explore, document, and share your creations.
All about the Maker movement and events.
Creative re-use center, materials, depot, and workshop space in the Bay Area.