Help Your Kids with Computer Coding (DK)
Friday, 09 August 2019

This fully updated guide to coding for beginners uses Scratch 3.0, a coding language designed for beginners. Authors Carol Vorderman, Dr. John Woodcock and Craig Steele show what makes a computer work while teaching how to build computer programs and games. The book then moves on to Python, before taking a brief look at binary and JavaScript. The book also lifts the lid on computers and shows young readers the chips and processors that make technology come to life. Fully illustrated with funny and informative graphics.



Author: Carol Vorderman, Dr. John Woodcock and Craig Steele
Publisher: DK
Date: August 2019
Pages: 224
ISBN: 978-1465477323
Print: 1465477322
Audience: Kids who don't already code
Level: Introductory
Category: Theory & Techniques



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