This book is the best book I've ever read...🤪
When Allie Navarro comes back to school in September from summer vacation, she couldn’t be more excited. At her summer coding camp, she created her own app called Click’d. So when she shows it to her friends on the first day of school, the app is a hit! Everyone in the school is using Click’d and Allie feels great. That is until a glitch starts ruining the friendship of others and her own friends, can Allie fix the glitch before it’s too late? I loved this book, however, I read it when I was eleven and found it a bit too easy. I recommend Click’d for ages nine and older. This book was filled with friendship and I loved the main character. The book had a lot of detail and I think it is a good read. Rating-4/5 stars.
- @readit12 of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library
My kids, 4th and 6th graders, and I all loved this story about a middle schooler who creates a gaming app at a summer coding camp. It goes through the complexities of friendship and morals when the main character has issues with her new app. Highly recommend!!
LOVED this take on a middle-schooler creating an app at a summer camp--this book is full of coding, strong females, and the power of friendship. If you are interested in anything coding related, this is the perfect choice!
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