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Since 2012, the organization Girls Who Code has been leading the charge to get girls interested in technology and coding. Now its founder, Reshma Saujani, wants to inspire you to be a girl who codes!
Bursting with dynamic artwork, down-to-earth explanations of coding principles, and real-life stories of girls and women working at places like Pixar and NASA, this graphically animated book shows what a huge role computer science plays in our lives and how much fun it can be. No matter your interest—sports, the arts, baking, student government, social justice—coding can help you do what you love and make your dreams come true.
Whether you’re a girl who’s never coded before, a girl who codes, or a parent raising one, this entertaining book, printed in bold two-color and featuring art on every page, will have you itching to create your own apps, games, and robots to make the world a better place.
|Title||:||Girls Who Code: Learn to Code and Change the World|
|Number of Pages||:||176 pages|
December 02, 2017
- Easy to understand.
- Rich with ideas (for what one can get done with programming).
- Probably will inspire some really young girls.
- A good and accessible table of various languages and their uses.
- Too simple.
- For people who have seen any computer from very far.
- Too many pics, too l...
April 01, 2017
When I was at ALA, and I saw ARCs of this, I had to pick one up! I am very interested in coding and found this book to be super informative and inspiring!
January 16, 2018
This is an amazing simple intro into coding computer science! I love the idea of creating classes for girls in middle school to teach them how to code and also to show the many wondeful things computer science can do! It features all women in science who are professionals, and the women in histor...
October 05, 2017
It took a long time until coding came up in the book and to me there was to much text and not enough guided help.
August 05, 2017
I received an advanced reader edition from BookExpo. It contains a disclaimer that the art work is not finished and the text is uncorrected. While there were a small handful of “artwork goes here” references, the text was good and clear. I feel 100% comfortable giving this copy to a 5th grader or...
November 04, 2017
This is a great resource to get girls thinking about logic and computers and what they need to know in order to start building and programming.
September 05, 2017
October 23, 2017
This is not a particularly good book.
For a book that is intended for children - it is far too long and overwritten. I think this book is more likely to put people off coding than encourage them.
It could do with less words, and more quizzes.
I think the theme of appealing to girls is good - but...
January 07, 2018
I listen to this on a playaway during a long drive And enjoyed it. I learn the difference between programming language in markup language as well as some other techniques to use with coding. Will definitely get this for the library and feel really inspired to try coding as well as maker space aga...
November 20, 2017
I listened to the book and know I am going to read it. This is a good intro book to try and encourage young women to learn to code. I found the book inspirational, but technology wise I don't think just from reading or listening to this book I could create an App or website. I would need more ins...