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Coding is Everywhere

   

900157

Coding is Everywhere

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Our lives are filled with computers! We use them to work, play games, learn, and even drive our cars and heat our homes! At the heart of each of these computers is millions of lines of code telling it what to do. But how does that code work? This series introduces young readers to the power of code and how it  impacts our daily lives.
Number of books in the series: 6
ISBN :  900157

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Series Coding is Everywhere
Reading Level Grade 1
Interest Level PreK-3
ATOS 2.0-2.9
Lexile 490-600
Guided Reading Level J
Copyright Year 2019
Dewey 000-Generalities
ISBN 900157
Author Elizabeth Noll
Artwork Photography
Publisher Bellwether Media
Imprint Blastoff! Readers
AR Quiz Yes
Pages 24
Trim Size 6.5" x 9"
Book Format Hardcover
Reading Counts Points TBD
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Pennsylvania School Librarians Association
Young readers may be aware of the many ways computers impact their lives, but this set illuminates how coding makes these tasks possible. Each volume contains three short chapters—a general overview, a brief history, and a “how-it-works” example—that use easy-to-understand vocabulary but do not shy away from including the names of specific programming languages and terms that readers might not be familiar with. These words appear in bold and are concisely defined in the accompanying glossary, which is in line with the series’ use of simple sentence structures to convey information. Abundant photos support the text and will be especially appealing to visual learners. VERDICT An excellent introductory series that could spark continued interest in computer programming, app development, and other code-based pursuits.