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Issue 286 Book Club

June 25, 2017


Cool Coding

(Cool Science Series)

by Rob Hansen

Pavilion Children’s

Cool Coding_cover


This fun and quirky book provides a fascinating introduction to the world of computer coding, organised into handy bite-sized chunks. Coding, now firmly part of the National Curriculum, is a huge subject and can seem slightly impenetrable, especially to parents, and that’s where this book comes in.

Cool Coding contains everything you need to know about computers and coding, from the very basics of binary code and how it works, to the myriad things that coding can actually do. It introduces the most popular coding programmes taught in schools, Scratch and Python, and shows how coding can be used to create websites, games and apps.

Packed with playful illustrations and inspiring information on the amazing world of coding and computing, this book is the perfect introduction to this most essential of subjects.

About the author
Robert has written all sorts of things, from software patents to tabletop roleplaying games, but this is his first non-fiction book. In his spare time, Robert enjoys hiking and making all sorts of things, from electronics to computer programs to woodwork. He is married and lives in Hertfordshire.

Other books in the series:

Cool Astronomy cover_high res

Cool Physics_coming soon