Get Coding!: Learn HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and Build a Website, App, and Game

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Candlewick Press, 2017 - JUVENILE NONFICTION - 207 pages
Learn how to write HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and build your own website, app, and game! An essential guide to computer programming for kids -- by kids.

Crack open this book and set off on several fun missions -- while simultaneously learning the basics of writing code. Want to make a website from scratch? Create an app? Build a game? All the tools are here, laid out in a user-friendly format that leads kids on an imaginary quest to keep a valuable diamond safe from dangerous jewel thieves. Presented by Young Rewired State -- an international collective of tech-savvy kids -- in easy-to-follow, bite-size chunks, the real-life coding skills taught in this engaging, comprehensive guide may just set young readers on the path to becoming technology stars of the future.

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User Review  - JonesJennifer - LibraryThing

My kids were instantly engrossed in this book. It has very clear instructions for creating a variety of web pages and online materials. Older kids could certainly create their own website using this book. I would highly recommend this book for kids interested in coding. Read full review

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User Review  - antmusic - LibraryThing

My kids took this and read it before I could even look at it! They were discussing it and enjoying it. I have to say, it was perfect for them. One has been coding for a year, the other never has. It ... Read full review

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Young Rewired State is a U.K.-based worldwide community of digital makers aged eighteen and under. The community allows young coders to meet like-minded peers and share skills. Young Rewired State members can also meet expert mentors at free events around the world, like the Festival of Code, and use freely available open data to build apps, websites, and algorithms to solve real-world challenges.

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