Potions & Parameters

Potions & Parameters

From graphic novel superstar (and former computer programming teacher) Gene Luen Yang, Secret Coders: Potions & Parameters is the fifth volume in a wildly entertaining series that combines logic puzzles and basic coding instruction with a page-turning mystery plot! Professor One-Zero won't stop until the whole town?no, the whole world?embraces the "true happiness? found From graphic novel superstar (and former computer programming teacher) Gene Luen Yang, Secret Coders: Potions &...

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Title:Potions & Parameters
Author:Gene Luen Yang
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1626726078
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Potions & Parameters Reviews

  • Dan
    Apr 21, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

  • Kristen
    Jul 21, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

    Healthy dose of middle school awkwardness hits this issue. That Dr. One-Zero - watch out! ...

    Picked it back up today and finished it ...

    Getting a little wackier here toward the end, but no less enjoyable. ...

    While we're talking about robots and programming, there's a new volume of Secret Coders coming at you. The fifth installment of the series sees Hopper, Eni, and Josh going up against Professor One-Zero and his evil Green Pop. The stakes are high, especially now that Hopper's dad's fate...

    Love this series and how the story is developing with the coding problems. ...

  • Martin
    Apr 07, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

  • Rosemary
    Oct 09, 2017

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

    Healthy dose of middle school awkwardness hits this issue. That Dr. One-Zero - watch out! ...

    Picked it back up today and finished it ...

    Getting a little wackier here toward the end, but no less enjoyable. ...

    While we're talking about robots and programming, there's a new volume of Secret Coders coming at you. The fifth installment of the series sees Hopper, Eni, and Josh going up against Professor One-Zero and his evil Green Pop. The stakes are high, especially now that Hopper's dad's fate...

  • Jasmine
    Jun 03, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

  • Melissa
    Feb 23, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

  • Erik
    Aug 12, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

    Healthy dose of middle school awkwardness hits this issue. That Dr. One-Zero - watch out! ...

    Picked it back up today and finished it ...

    Getting a little wackier here toward the end, but no less enjoyable. ...

  • Suzanne
    Mar 25, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

  • Celebrilomiel
    Jun 28, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

  • Elizabeth
    May 05, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

  • Rachelle
    Aug 24, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

    Healthy dose of middle school awkwardness hits this issue. That Dr. One-Zero - watch out! ...

  • Pam
    Apr 12, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

  • Leah
    May 19, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

  • Rachel
    Apr 19, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

  • Earl
    Mar 25, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

  • Shannon
    Aug 28, 2017

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

  • Amy
    Apr 16, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

    Healthy dose of middle school awkwardness hits this issue. That Dr. One-Zero - watch out! ...

    Picked it back up today and finished it ...

    Getting a little wackier here toward the end, but no less enjoyable. ...

    While we're talking about robots and programming, there's a new volume of Secret Coders coming at you. The fifth installment of the series sees Hopper, Eni, and Josh going up against Professor One-Zero and his evil Green Pop. The stakes are high, especially now that Hopper's dad's fate...

    Love this series and how the story is developing with the coding problems. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Nichole
    May 10, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

    Healthy dose of middle school awkwardness hits this issue. That Dr. One-Zero - watch out! ...

    Picked it back up today and finished it ...

    Getting a little wackier here toward the end, but no less enjoyable. ...

    While we're talking about robots and programming, there's a new volume of Secret Coders coming at you. The fifth installment of the series sees Hopper, Eni, and Josh going up against Professor One-Zero and his evil Green Pop. The stakes are high, especially now that Hopper's dad's fate...

    Love this series and how the story is developing with the coding problems. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Andrea Labonte
    May 17, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

    Healthy dose of middle school awkwardness hits this issue. That Dr. One-Zero - watch out! ...

    Picked it back up today and finished it ...

  • Becky B
    Jan 20, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

  • Allison
    Sep 09, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

    Healthy dose of middle school awkwardness hits this issue. That Dr. One-Zero - watch out! ...

    Picked it back up today and finished it ...

    Getting a little wackier here toward the end, but no less enjoyable. ...

    While we're talking about robots and programming, there's a new volume of Secret Coders coming at you. The fifth installment of the series sees Hopper, Eni, and Josh going up against Professor One-Zero and his evil Green Pop. The stakes are high, especially now that Hopper's dad's fate...

    Love this series and how the story is developing with the coding problems. ...

    ...

    ...

  • Maggie Gordon
    May 31, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

  • Courtenay
    Jul 24, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

    Healthy dose of middle school awkwardness hits this issue. That Dr. One-Zero - watch out! ...

    Picked it back up today and finished it ...

    Getting a little wackier here toward the end, but no less enjoyable. ...

    While we're talking about robots and programming, there's a new volume of Secret Coders coming at you. The fifth installment of the series sees Hopper, Eni, and Josh going up against Professor One-Zero and his evil Green Pop. The stakes are high, especially now that Hopper's dad's fate...

    Love this series and how the story is developing with the coding problems. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Temma Devereaux
    Aug 07, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

    Healthy dose of middle school awkwardness hits this issue. That Dr. One-Zero - watch out! ...

    Picked it back up today and finished it ...

    Getting a little wackier here toward the end, but no less enjoyable. ...

    While we're talking about robots and programming, there's a new volume of Secret Coders coming at you. The fifth installment of the series sees Hopper, Eni, and Josh going up against Professor One-Zero and his evil Green Pop. The stakes are high, especially now that Hopper's dad's fate...

    Love this series and how the story is developing with the coding problems. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • cwsqrd
    Apr 16, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

    Healthy dose of middle school awkwardness hits this issue. That Dr. One-Zero - watch out! ...

    Picked it back up today and finished it ...

    Getting a little wackier here toward the end, but no less enjoyable. ...

    While we're talking about robots and programming, there's a new volume of Secret Coders coming at you. The fifth installment of the series sees Hopper, Eni, and Josh going up against Professor One-Zero and his evil Green Pop. The stakes are high, especially now that Hopper's dad's fate...

    Love this series and how the story is developing with the coding problems. ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Danielle
    Apr 10, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

  • Jonah Schumeister
    Jun 05, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

  • Sylvia
    May 07, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

    3.5 stars. Love that these books get readers thinking about code! ...

    Healthy dose of middle school awkwardness hits this issue. That Dr. One-Zero - watch out! ...

    Picked it back up today and finished it ...

    Getting a little wackier here toward the end, but no less enjoyable. ...

    While we're talking about robots and programming, there's a new volume of Secret Coders coming at you. The fifth installment of the series sees Hopper, Eni, and Josh going up against Professor One-Zero and his evil Green Pop. The stakes are high, especially now that Hopper's dad's fate...

    Love this series and how the story is developing with the coding problems. ...

    ...

  • Xxxxxxx
    Sep 29, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...

    I'm not sure if these are getting less exciting, or if it maybe it just feels like there isn't enough story in each book now, but I've been enjoying them less. They've always felt a little bit like the coding was tacked on, but this one is the worst for that so far, I think. (With "cha...

    Further adventures of our three coders and Professor B. This time they stop the evil professor from contaminating the water reservoir and controlling everyone in the city. At the end, they learn that B is actually from another dimension - Flatland. The book ends with them figuring out ...

    Certainly not the best in the series. I can appreciate its nod to Flatland, a point that does give a reasonable basis for the Turtle of Light, but I'm dubious that it will actually improve the plot or the narrative in upcoming installments. 2.5 stars rounded up. ...

    My students love this series! ...

    good ...

    good i love it ...

  • Liam Devine
    Sep 26, 2018

    This was cute - I love how it is engaging to the reader so that we can code too, or attempt to think/code for ourselves. The second dimension that Prof Bee is from and how that hierarchy worked was fascinating (and could easily have been our society, like back in the day). SO, I am exc...

    Secret Coders is definitely coming to a climax as the stakes get higher and higher. While the kids have rescued Hopper's dad, they've lost the Turtle of Light and the kids feel like they might have lost their fight against the evil professor. On the other hand, Professor Bee has an ide...

    I had high expectations for this book, as I have loved all of Gene Luen Yang's past books (at least those I've read). Sadly, I was let down a little.  Check out my full review on my blog For the Love of Words. ...

    Well I did not see THAT plot twist coming. ...

    The Secret Coders use LightLight and their growing coding skills to help them hunt for Hopper?s dad, but things don?t go as planned and it is revealed that Dr. One-Zero has something even more evil in the works for the entire town. Several big things happen in this one. The sit...

    Hopper, Eni, and Josh continue their efforts to take down Dr. One-Zero before he can control the entire town. And that is just what he plans to do with his "green pop." He has the students creating gallons of the stuff during their chemistry classes, and readers already know from previ...

    Three friends try to stop an evil professor from poisoning their town by using their coding skills. Full disclosure: I requested this book on NetGalley because I?ve read other Gene Luen Yang books and enjoyed them (American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints). I want to learn more...

    The coding keeps getting more advanced, and the storyline keeps getting crazier! What will happen next? In this volume, they rescue Hopper's dad (yay!), thwart One-Zero multiple times as usual (yay!), and some start to realize they may have more-than-friends feelings for each other (wh...

    This was yet another fun tale of the Coders learning more code in order to take down the evil Dr. One-Zero. In all honesty, I thought this was the final book in the series, so I was very much looking forward to them taking him down for good, so when I found out it wasn't the end of the...

    The Coders are back in their penultimate adventure where they must outwit ducks with teeth, discover a betrayal, recover a stolen item, and prepare to travel to another dimension- or is it one-dimension less? I would say a reread of the previous books in the series is always a good ...

    I liked the style of the book. There are only three colors, green, white and black in the book. The author/book designer has used different shades of each of the three to make an interesting combination of pictures. I like learning about coding and binary because is it is interesti...