STEM books for teenagers

Cecil Whig - - ACCENT - By ALYSIA VAN LOOY Spe­cial to the Whig

STEM-themed events and pro­grams are hap­pen­ing county- wide as part of the MD STEM Fes­ti­val now through Novem­ber 12. Visit www. ce­cil. ebranch. info for more in­for­ma­tion and to reg­is­ter. Can’t make it to an event? Check out these STEMthemed books. Mak­ing Sim­ple Ro­bots: Ex­plor­ing Cut­ting-Edge Ro­bot­ics with Ev­ery­day

Stuff By Kathy Ce­ceri Any­body can build a robot! If you can knit, sew or fold a flat piece of pa­per into a box, you can build a no- tech robotic part. If you can use a hot glue gun, you can learn to sol­der ba­sic elec­tron­ics into a low- tech robot that re­acts to its en­vi­ron­ment. Easy 1+2+3 Projects By Make Magazine Ed­i­tors

Elec­tron­ics: Learn­ing Through Dis­cov­ery By Charles Platt

The Ev­ery­thing STEM Hand­book : Help Your Child Learn and Suc­ceed in the Fields of Sci­ence, Tech­nol­ogy, En­gi­neer­ing, and Math By Ri­hab Sawah

Stem Ca­reers: Guide to Oc­cu­pa­tions in Sci­ence, Tech­nol­ogy, En­gi­neer­ing and Math­e­mat­ics By JIST Works, Inc. Be sure to visit the “Test­ing & Ed­u­ca­tion” dig­i­tal re­source on CCPL’s web­site for STEM re­sources and prac­tice tests, schol­ar­ship and col­lege searches as well as ca­reer ex­plo­ration guid­ance. It’s all avail­able with your li­brary card num­ber and PIN as well as with the Stu­dent Vir­tual Li­brary Card. Visit http:// ow.ly/1OT430gh5wT to get started!

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