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Robots & Repeats: Secret Coders, Book 4

By Michael Berry, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Heavy on the coding, lighter on the action this time.

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Learning to code requires patience and dedication, and this latest chapter slows the story down to make sure readers understand the programming fundamentals. Nevertheless, Robots and Repeats has insight and charm to spare, as the Coders solve various puzzles and attempt to thwart the evil plans of Dr. One-Zero. Author Gene Yang invents some zany scenarios, and illustrator Mike Holmes renders them in a pleasing cartoon style. For maximum enjoyment, fans should go back and refresh their memories of lessons learned in the previous installments.

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