Makers as Innovators

Set of 24 titles

Some of today's most incredible innovations are coming from the global community of makers. These thinkers, inventors, and hackers share information and technology to push new ideas forward. Readers will discover how they can join the maker movement and help improve the way we live.

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Makers as Innovators (24 titles)
3D Modeling
3D Printing 5.8
Arduino 6.2
Design Thinking 5.8
Digital Badges 5.9
FIRST Robotics 6.1
Game Design 5.1
Hacking Fashion: Denim
Hacking Fashion: Fleece 5.3
Hacking Fashion: T-Shirts 5.4
Maker Faire 6.0
Makerspaces 5.8
Makey Makey
More Web Design with HTML5 5.8
Prototyping 6.5
Raspberry Pi 6.6
Scratch 5.7
Silk Screening 5.8
Solar Energy Projects
Squishy Circuits
Web Design with HTML5
e-Textiles 6.2
Interest Level Grade 4 - Grade 8
Reading Level
Dewey 005.13/3-794.8/1526
Lexile 780-1010
ATOS Reading Level 5.1-6.6
Guided Reading Level S-X
Language English
Publisher Cherry Lake Publishing
Available Formats Reinforced book (9781634715683), Paperback (9781634715706), PDF (9781634715690), ePub (9781634717311), Hosted ebook (9781634715713), Kindle (9781634715911)
Copyright 2017
Number of Pages 32
Dimensions 7.5 x 9.5
Graphics Full-color photographs

School Library Journal - Makers as Innovators

While there are extremely interesting ideas in this series, such as a solar oven and a littleBits night-light, this set is for sophisticated crafters and readers. These offerings are all about decoding written instructions—photos or drawings of the work in progress are scarce. However, pages are easy on the eyes, with an uncluttered design that incorporates sidebars and some photos. This series is worth considering on a title-by-title basis rather than as a total package purchase. Denim includes about 20 projects ranging from quick and easy (steampunk vest) to somewhat challenging (denim mailbag), while there are only two or three projects in Makey Makey, littleBits, and Solar Energy. VERDICT The tech selections fill a gap, but the more traditional craft books may overlap options a library already owns.