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You Wouldn't Want to Live Without Gaming! by Jim Pipe; David Antram (Illustrator)
Humans have always loved to play games, from dice games in ancient Iran to board games in the Victorian period. Today, video games are more popular than ever, with players arguing passionately why one console is better than another. Discover the many uses of games: how they can be a teaching aid, exerci ...Show more
Community and Media by Ben Hubbard
The internet connects people from all over the world and provides a great place to share our interests. But clever digital citizens are careful and smart about socialising online, making sure they enjoy it safely. The Internet can be a fun, creative, collaborative place to share, learn and experience th ...Show more
Making Music from Scratch by Rachel Ziter
Learn the basics of coding using Scratch by focusing on simple coding techniques and language. This visual, hands-on guide will teach junior coders how to create their own musical projects using Scratch programming.
Kids Get Coding Create, Watch and Send by Heather Lyons
This book will help budding young programmers discover their own creativity. Learn how to write and share a story, upload pictures, make videos and share your creative work with others, then hop online to try out your new skills on the companion website. Let's get coding! Kids Get Coding is a fantastic ...Show more
You Wouldn't Want to Live Without Coding! by Alex Woolf; David Antram (Illustrator)
Without coding, all the computers in the world would just be useless boxes of plastic and metal. You could feed information into them, but they wouldn't know what to do with it. Coding means creating a set of instructions (or algorithms) that tells a computer how to perform a task. Another word for codi ...Show more
Code Play: Gabi's If/Then Garden by Caroline Karanja; Ben Whitehouse (Illustrator)
Gabi's garden needs some help. Where to begin? Gabi and her best friend Adi use if/then statements to decide what to plant, what to water, and what to pick! These scientific thinkers find ways every day to use computer coding concepts to make work and play more fun!
Code Play: Gabi's Fabulous Functions by Caroline Karanja; Ben Whitehouse (Illustrator)
Computer coding in the kitchen? Yes! Best friends Gabi and Adi are baking a special birthday treat - and making a recipe is a lot like creating a function in a computer code.