Kids’ Club Review by Sota: Secret coders

Secret codersSecret coders, by Gene Luen Yang ; illustrated by Mike Holmes

It’s about a girl, Hopper, who went to a new school and it was spooky! Hopper is a new person to the school. She doesn’t have any fear. She is like whatever and stuff. I liked it when the birds just could know the words of human. Recommend to adventurers.

5 stars

Reviewed by Sota from Karori and Karori West Normal School , 7 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Aadarsh: Secret coders [6] : monsters & modules

Secret coders [6] : monsters & modulesSecret coders [6] : monsters & modules, Gene Luen Yang & Mike Holmes

This book is the story of 3 kids called Eni, Hopper and Josh. They try to save the world from evil.

I like Hopper because she helped rescue Eni and Josh from the Flatland Prison (a world that looks like a piece of paper spread out to the human eye). I liked it when Hopper bashed a light creation with her light robot, Bright Bright. I didn’t like it when the circled of Flatland arrived and was searching for their number 1 criminal, Professor Bee. I recommend this book to people who like python coding. I give this book a rating of 5 out of 5.

5 stars

Reviewed by Aadarsh from Johnsonville and Churton Park School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Aadarsh: Secret coders [5] : potions & parameters

Secret coders [5] : potions & parametersSecret coders [5] : potions & parameters, Gene Luen Yang & Mike Holmes

This book is about three kids called Hopper, Eni and Josh. They use robots to save the world from evil.

My favorite character is Josh, because he made his first code by himself without any help or difficulty. I liked it when they broke open to the evil principal’s room to steal something that wasn’t his. I recommend this book to people who like coding and would like to be very good at it. I give this book a rating of 5 out of 5.

5 stars

Reviewed by Aadarsh from Johnsonville and Johnsonville School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Olivia: Secret coders : paths & portals

Secret coders : paths & portalsSecret coders : paths & portals, by Gene Luen Yang ; illustrated by Mike Holmes

I quite enjoyed Secret Coders but again it got confusing at some bits. But when I read a few more pages I got to understand it more. Which is what I hope to find in a good book. I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in any sort of coding.

3 stars

Reviewed by Olivia from Karori and Karori Normal School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Aoi: Secret coders [5] : potions & parameters

Secret coders [5] : potions & parametersSecret coders [5] : potions & parameters, Gene Luen Yang & Mike Holmes

This book is a really good book to read if you do coding like me. This book told me the story of how profferer bee got to earth. So first professor bee was in dimension where he was a square the place was full of turtles of light. One day professor bee decided to make a circle of earth then he landing in flatland. He tried to locate his brother but it was not use. Then he found a scientist who was from America. This book was a very useful book for my coding skills. I like it very much.

5 stars

Reviewed by Aoi from Karori and Thorndon School , 8 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Anna: Secret coders

Secret codersSecret coders, by Gene Luen Yang ; illustrated by Mike Holmes

Hopper did not want to go to a new school so she HATES it with a passion. However, she makes a friend called Eni and together they discover there is a mystery that has been programmed into its stones. Can they crack the code? I thought this was an enjoyable read but it is yet another story about a child who does not like their new school and the children are mean. There seems to be lots of books about this.

4 stars

Reviewed by Anna from Karori and Karori Normal School , 9 years old

Kids’ Club Review by Aadarsh: Grace Hopper Queen of Computer code

Syndetics book coverGrace Hopper : queen of computer code / written by Laurie Wallmark ; illustrated by Katy Wu.

This book is about someone called Grace Hopper. She loves computer code.

I like Grace Hopper because she made computer code. My favorite part of a book is where she found a bug (a real one) in a computer system and from then on everyone calls computer problems bugs. I recommend this book to people aged from 6-10. I give this book a rating of 5 out of 5

5 stars

Reviewed by Aadarsh from Johnsonville and Churton Park School , 8 years old