Book series for kids age 3+
to learn about computers
The stories you need to spark your children's curiosity for technology and start gaining superpowersOrder now
Your children are growing up in a world driven by technology. They feel naturally attracted to it, but just as consumers. Only a few see themselves as CREATORS.
Get lost in fun adventures and lovely illustrations —you don't need to be a math genius to find a passion for computers.
Help your children understand the technology around them, even if you say you aren't good at it.
Take us where you go, to the library, during a car trip or as bedtime friends. We'll never run out of energy.
Zerus and Ona live inside your computer, together with millions of other zeros and ones. It's The Binary World!
Get each book including Guides, Glossaries and Playbooks for humans
Learn about technology through storytelling and illustration
Power up your skills by understanding computers
Writer of Horizon: Zero Dawn
and Fallout: New Vegas
"Zerus & Ona is a rare delight, a fresh concept that perfectly fits a need in our high-tech culture.
Miriam Tocino's lovely art and storytelling offer children a warm, welcoming introduction to the potentially daunting world of computers' digital technologies.
One that adults will enjoy reading alongside them, too."
Founder of Cajigo, Diversity Champion and Top 5 #WomeninTech
"Studies continue to evidence the gender gap in STEM starts in schools, so engaging children in the early years is key. Miriam Tocino understands how firing up passion in our children, especially girls, will undoubtedly lead them to be curious about technology, engineering and creativity.
Zerus and Ona make a great resource to spark that curiosity and can be used at home, in nurseries and elementary schools to help parents and educators on that journey."
Managing Director of NewTechKids
"What I love about Zerus & Ona is that it's a great way to encourage young kids to become curious about what technology is and how it works.
Storytelling opens up their minds and lays a great conceptual foundation for introducing activities such as robotics, coding and digital fabrication".