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The Computer Code Mystery (Celia Science & Anna Art #1)

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Celia (11) and Anna (7) are inquisitive sisters who solve problems – usually with a new invention. When a mid-winter blizzard forces their school to shut down, they figure out how to amp up the family computer. Their favorite game becomes a supercharged adventure unleashing a chain of events involving the FBI, hidden computer code, a vile villain in a clifftop hideout, and Celia (11) and Anna (7) are inquisitive sisters who solve problems – usually with a new invention. When a mid-winter blizzard forces their school to shut down, they figure out how to amp up the family computer. Their favorite game becomes a supercharged adventure unleashing a chain of events involving the FBI, hidden computer code, a vile villain in a clifftop hideout, and three captive dolphins with a score to settle. Can the sisters crack the code in time to prevent the cyber-crime of the decade?


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Celia (11) and Anna (7) are inquisitive sisters who solve problems – usually with a new invention. When a mid-winter blizzard forces their school to shut down, they figure out how to amp up the family computer. Their favorite game becomes a supercharged adventure unleashing a chain of events involving the FBI, hidden computer code, a vile villain in a clifftop hideout, and Celia (11) and Anna (7) are inquisitive sisters who solve problems – usually with a new invention. When a mid-winter blizzard forces their school to shut down, they figure out how to amp up the family computer. Their favorite game becomes a supercharged adventure unleashing a chain of events involving the FBI, hidden computer code, a vile villain in a clifftop hideout, and three captive dolphins with a score to settle. Can the sisters crack the code in time to prevent the cyber-crime of the decade?

30 review for The Computer Code Mystery (Celia Science & Anna Art #1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    P.S. Winn

    Great story I think kids and young adults are going to enjoy. What do Sarah, a young girl, and Rachel Stone, a grown woman and computer genius have in common, that will be a surprise for readers to find out and enjoy when they pick up this book. The author added a few illustrations which I feel add to the story and I think young adults will find interesting. Fun book that lets readers try and solve a mystery and also enjoy the computer complexities that are the norm for today's world. Great story I think kids and young adults are going to enjoy. What do Sarah, a young girl, and Rachel Stone, a grown woman and computer genius have in common, that will be a surprise for readers to find out and enjoy when they pick up this book. The author added a few illustrations which I feel add to the story and I think young adults will find interesting. Fun book that lets readers try and solve a mystery and also enjoy the computer complexities that are the norm for today's world.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Emma Hewitt

    The cover is bright and grabs the attention of the prospective buyer especially a child's attention, this in itself is a bonus from the off. Then the first chapter is a gripper for young children who love to read the age of the central character means that it is easy for the child to relate to as this is an excellent book for children. It is a well thought out and a well-presented children's book with much of it in terms that the child can understand. The Computer Code Mystery The cover is bright and grabs the attention of the prospective buyer especially a child's attention, this in itself is a bonus from the off. Then the first chapter is a gripper for young children who love to read the age of the central character means that it is easy for the child to relate to as this is an excellent book for children. It is a well thought out and a well-presented children's book with much of it in terms that the child can understand. The Computer Code Mystery

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jenny's Book Life

    I love this little book! This is a pro-science story for pre-teens/teens featuring a girl who loves science and teaches herself to code. There are mermaids, family, and the FBI involved. My plan is to send this book to my 13-year-old granddaughter along with a beginning coding book. I believe "The Computer Code Mystery" may instigate an interest in computer coding!! I think there are more books in this series due out. Justin Taylor, the author, did a great job of keeping the language fresh and hip I love this little book! This is a pro-science story for pre-teens/teens featuring a girl who loves science and teaches herself to code. There are mermaids, family, and the FBI involved. My plan is to send this book to my 13-year-old granddaughter along with a beginning coding book. I believe "The Computer Code Mystery" may instigate an interest in computer coding!! I think there are more books in this series due out. Justin Taylor, the author, did a great job of keeping the language fresh and hip and fun, but not tritely teen-ish. I really enjoyed it. If you have any 8-year-olds and up to inspire, this is your book!

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    Justin

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    K.T. Ivanrest

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    Rahul Kakade

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    Mackenzie

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    Kari Drobesh

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    Razel Hermidilla

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    Marisa Stones

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    Lisa League

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    Hannah Martin

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sydney

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