Title: Coding for Kids: Scratch
Author’s Name: Matthew Highland
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Genre: Children’s Non-fiction
Page Count: 172 Pages
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Link to Amazon purchase page: Coding for Kids
Link to Goodreads: Coding for Kids
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How I Got the Book: ARC
Summary of the Book:
Learn to code and make awesome games with Scratch!
Learn coding concepts and skills and start creating your own games right away! Coding for Kids: Scratch is a complete guide that makes mastering this programming language fun and easy for children (ages 6+).
From sprites and code blocks to scripts and scorekeeping, Coding for Kids: Scratch helps you discover everything you need to know to create 10 amazing games that you and your friends can play. Watch your confidence grow with step-by-step instructions and clear directions that keep things simple―even as the games you’re making get more challenging. Game on!
Coding for Kids: Scratch includes:
- Coding for kids―Learn Scratch terms and concepts, then use them to build games you can start playing immediately.
- Create 10 games―Cake Clicker, Dino Hunt, Crystal Keeper, and more―code, play, and share 10 cool games.
- Master Scratch―Simple directions, full-color screenshots, and projects that get more difficult make mastering Scratch a breeze.
Make coding for kids fun and games with Coding for Kids: Scratch.
My Personal Review: I have received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This was a fun introduction to get kids to start coding their own games. It gives simple intructions on how to go about this. I have to say that even I learned a couple of things from this book and it got me into thinking about other things I would like to read about coding. It was a short read.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars