Thursday, September 14, 2017
Loved the connection to girls and coding plus some important digital citizenship lessons as well. This was a great middle school book.
Allie spent her summer at a coding camp where she developed a game called Click'd. It was so good that she has been asked to present the game at a Games for Good competition. Unfortunately her nemesis, Nathan, has a game that was also chosen.
Worried that her game, that promotes friendship, might not have enough "good" she decides to release it to her school early to get success stories. Unfortunately she soon discovers an issue with the app choosing pictures out of a device's camera roll instead of just from Instagram which leads to some embarrassing situations. Can she fix her popular game before the competition.
Really liked this!!! It will be a great discussion starter.