Popular science books for everyone
Atlases, biographies, guidebooks. Sometimes collections of riddles, on which we can sit and think, or interesting lectures collected in the form of books, which encourage further research. It's good to take something like that in your hand, at least once in a while, and let yourself enjoy the joy of acquiring a new dose of knowledge. Popular science books are, above all, the dissemination of knowledge, familiarization with what we can not necessarily come across every day and, most importantly, accessible and completely understandable for non-specialists language.
Technological topics at ease
In Botland's online store you will find books for every shelf. It is good to have in your home library such publications to which you can always return. Your friends are talking about something, you want to explain something, but you can't remember where you read about it? Fortunately, you have this title at hand. A wide variety of topics, easy to understand nomenclature - all this makes topics such as artificial intelligence, robotics, programming or electronics accessible to those who do not necessarily have the time or inclination to dig deep into the scientific world. If complex academic research described in the way that TV shows and YouTube channel creators do is growing in popularity, why not enrich yourself with the unique experience of reading it yourself?
Books on technology for children and adults
The items presented are eagerly sought after by parents. The theory of didactics suggests that playing together with the child, explaining more difficult concepts, freedom of choice in terms of what we want to devote more attention to and study for a longer period of time, and finally the pace of learning matched to the child's cognitive abilities can work educational miracles. The technical start does not have to be strenuous and difficult at all. The books written by professionals from EduSense and by authors who have been teaching for years and have a pedagogical bent have been supporting the youngest children in their first efforts in the world of science and technology for years. Such an investment pays off - technology is everywhere, it is worth using it wisely, knowing the possibilities, limitations and dangers. Books for children are proof that early entry into the world of technology does not mean sitting for hours over a tablet and mindlessly devouring the provided content. Young scientists to the start!
How to fix it? How-to guides - don't overpay for repairs and do it yourself
Or rather: fix it yourself. Maker and DIY trends are spreading as fast as modern technologies. The fact that we are able to do more and more things on our own is very satisfying. The thing is, it takes a bit of effort to become skilled enough. Guides and tutorials showing how to solder or program from scratch, i.e. specific practical skills, are not only a gateway to the world of technology. It's an alternative to reaching for the phone and dialing a high-cost repairman, dragging a friend out of bed, or laboriously sifting through tutorials on the web.