What happens when Ada’s family gets stranded next to a museum filled with mysterious technology? Join Ada as she goes on an adventure with playful robots, wise old computers, and makes a new best friend who teaches her how to program in computer language. But they better watch out, the museum’s grumpy robotic vacuum cleaner wants to put a stop to their fun!
Written by Matisse Fletcher. Illustrated by Elizabeth Dion.


Storytime at Living Computers
Saturday, Dec 16 | 11AM – 2PM
We’re debuting our first kid’s book and inviting you to be a part of storytime at the museum – complete with hot cocoa! Be the first to experience the new book Ada and the Living Computers. Join us for readings by the author at 11AM and 1PM with a book signing and meet & greet in between at Noon.
  • 11AM – Author Reading (Session 1)
  • 12PM – Book Signing + Meet & Greet
  • 1PM – Author Reading (Session 2)
Register Here
$12 Admission | Free for Members


Available for purchase in the Living Computers’ tech store beginning Dec 16th. More retailers coming soon!


Matisse Fletcher is an avid purveyor of nerd and geek culture. She has written for the comic book industry, poetry anthologies, and short story anthologies. Ada and the Living Computers is her first children’s book.
Elizabeth Dion is a Seattle-based freelance conceptual designer and illustrator with a love for all things geeky. Her work ranges from digital to fine art mediums, showcasing a love for science fiction and fantasy genres.