‘Adventures in the Cloud World’ – aimed at children aged 6 to 12 – follows Bella and Nini’s adventures to Cloud World as they seek to better understand the internet after their Wi-Fi turns off at home. In Cloud World, they meet JB, a programmable machine that processes information, who explains how data centers work and asks for their help in the server room to find loose connections.
The creativity of ‘Adventures in the Cloud World’ is a lovely way to speak to young children, about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and the endless possibilities. The book has been written to help young children better understand the world they live in by having a better grasp of the science behind technology, as well as highlighting how data centers are foundational to so much of the technology they interact with every day.
‘Adventures in the Cloud World’ is now available in six different languages and aims to build children’s curiosity around connectivity in a creative and accessible way. It demonstrates the importance of data centers and encourages children – especially young girls – to pursue STEM subjects in their education, potentially leading to careers in the associated industries. The release of the book coincides with the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.