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Sep 11 2019

Computer coding projects for kids by Jon Woodcock and Carol Vorderman

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Dorling Kindersley, 2019. ISBN: 9780241317761.
(Age: 8-16) This is a visual step-by-step approach to split complicated code into manageable chunks, so that the most impressive projects become possible. Suitable for complete beginners, this book gives a solid understanding of programming, how to create their very own projects from scratch, and move on to more complex programming languages like Python. Difficult coding becomes easy and fun to understand using Scratch 3.0, the latest software from the world's most popular programming language for beginners.
'Make a Dino Dance Party or create your own electronic birthday cards. Build games, simulations and mind-bending graphics as you discover the awesome things computer programmers can do with Scratch 3.0.' (Publisher)
Donna Isgar

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