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Adventures in Coding
Friday 29 Jul

Author:  Eva Holland & Chris Minnick 
Publisher: Wiley
Pages:320
ISBN: 978-1119232681
Print: 1119232686
Kindle: B01CWLC9GC
Audience: Young people who are new to programming
Rating: 4.5
Reviewer: Lucy Black

Do you need a book to teach you Scratch?


 

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