By Christy Burne
Fuelled by pizza, late nights and unparalleled geekery, this is the history of some of the most important milestones in the development of technology – from the earliest computers made of piano wires and pulleys to Wikileaks and smartphones.
Packed with weird facts, astonishing tidbits and extraordinary anecdotes, travel around the glove and meet the people who made the world we live in today.
A fascinating middle-grade book with so many facts about the invention of the computer, starting from the 1800s and going through to today. A brilliant book for young readers who want to learn more about technology and how things work.