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The Friendship Code (Girls Who Code #1) 3 HoursPerfect For Fans Of The Babysitters Club And Anyone Interested In Computer Science, This Series Is Published In Partnership With The Organization Girls Who Code Loops, Variables, Input Output Lucy Can T Wait To Get Started With The New Coding Club At School Finally, An After School Activity That She S Really Interested In But Lucy S Excitement Turns To Disappointment When She S Put Into A Work Group With Girls She Barely Knows All She Wanted To Do Was Make An App That She Believes Will Help Someone Very Special To Her.Suddenly, Lucy Begins To Get Cryptic Coding Messages And Needs Some Help Translating Them She Soon Discovers That Coding And Friendship Takes Time, Dedication, And Some Laughs

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  • Audio CD
  • The Friendship Code (Girls Who Code #1)
  • Stacia Deutsch
  • English
  • 22 June 2019
  • 1524777404

10 thoughts on “The Friendship Code (Girls Who Code #1)

  1. says:

    YES TO BOOKS LIKE THIS I LOVE THIS The empowerment of female friendships that are successful and working together and have eachothers backs YES YES YES ALSO CODING YASS.

  2. says:

    Thanks to the kidlitexchange network for this review copy all opinions are my own Sweet and definitely geared at upper elementary rather than middle school due to the simplistic text, THE FRIENDSHIP CODE is obviously intended to bethan just a chapter book series It is a teaching book disguised as a middle grade girly series, which is totally fine with me The friendship angle is typical of this genre and the coding storyline is a great introduction to coding itself With all that be Thanks to the kidlitexchange network for this review copy all opinions are my own Sweet and definitely geared at upper elementary rather than middle school due to the simplistic text, THE FRIENDSHIP CODE is obviously intended to bethan just a chapter book series It is a teaching book disguised as a middle grade girly series, which is totally fine with me The friendship angle is typical of this genre and the coding storyline is a great introduction to coding itself With all that being said, the teaching nature of this book won t be overlooked by kids and in some settings may be best used as a whole class read aloud given how girl oriented by nature the title and cover is, despite the universal message of coding I would hate for my boys to miss the great message from the book I will be purchasing this for my library and hope to use this as a 5th grad...

  3. says:

    THE FRIENDSHIP CODE by Stacia Deutsch is the first novel in a new series inspired by Girls Who Code for ages 8 12 Girls Who Code is a national non profit organization aiming to close the gender gap in technology and Computer Science The founder of Girls Who Code, Reshma Saujani, wrote a compelling foreword for THE FRIENDSHIP CODE that is bound to inspire young girls Stacia Deutsch is a New York Times Bestselling Author who has written over 50 books for children Deutsch has also written books THE FRIENDSHIP CODE by Stacia Deutsch is the first novel...

  4. says:

    I quickly read this one to see how the story and coding worked together, and was actually impressed At least for this first book, the coding was explained well, and didn t seem like it would put anyone off I enjoyed Secret Coders by Gene Luen Yang, but confess that I let some of the coding how to go over my head, rather than try to figure it out This is a story about beginning coding, new friendship, old friendships, family and a mystery, and it is very well done Also features a diverse ca I quickly read this one to see how the story and coding worked together, and was actually impressed At least...

  5. says:

    I read this with my little sister who considers coding her main interest and we both adored it I m so glad that kids like her have books like this to read these days girls solve a mystery while learning to code and becoming friends Representation Lucy, the protagonist of thi...

  6. says:

    Lucy has joined the coding club at school so she can learn to build a app for her uncle who has cancer remember when to take his meds and which ones to take at certain times But the club is moving to slow, she asked, begged, everyone she knows to help her learn faster, but everyone tells her the same thing, this is something you can not rush you need to learning it in steps and be meticulous But then strange noted start showing up on Lucy s locker and in order to follow the direction she has t Lucy has joined the coding club at school so she can learn to build a app for her uncle who has cancer remember when to take his meds and which ones to take at certain times But the club is moving to slow, she asked, begged, everyone she knows to help her learn faster, but everyone tells her the same thing, this is something you can not rush you need to learning it in steps and be meticulous But then strange noted start showing up on Lucy s locker and in order to follow the direction she has to have the help of those around her, that means making new friends and reuniting with older ones, and findi...

  7. says:

    ARC sent to me by the publisher for review This book was adorable The girls in the story had to solve a bit of a mystery, and it reminded me of my Boxcar Children days Even as an adult, The Friendship Code taught me the basics of computer coding and got me interested...

  8. says:

    This book was very interesting from beginning to end I found out about this series doing collection development for my library and how coding has been an ongoing trend This series is fantastic because it combines basic techniques of coding with a jaw dropping story that you can t...

  9. says:

    I really liked this book and I m excited to readbooks in the series I feel like it s a great book to encourage girls that they can code. I can t wait to share this book with my sister when she is old enough to understand it

  10. says:

    A quick but fun read Babysitters club meets coding Takes place in a coding club and the girls solve a great mystery using code But, don t take my word for it, I interviewed these amazing girls who raved about it

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