“It’s not magic,” said Dot “Just code.”
Nine-year-old tech whizz Detective Dot has a dangerous new mission from the Children’s Intelligence Agency – investigate teenage trillionaire Shelly Belly. Why are all her products so cheap, and where does she make them? Dot’s going to have to use all her coding skills, cunning and gadgets to crack the case.
The ebook includes:
- Ebook, in versions compatible either with Kindle or non-Kindle ereaders, for kids aged 8+
- Diverse role models doing cool stuff
- Complements national curriculum in computer science
- Made ethically and sustainably in Britain
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What people are saying
_Informative, funny, original.
_Mary Moncrieffe, Parent of 2, 7 Dec 2016
_Since reading it my son has certainly been more considered in his approach to the world - I'm constantly being asked what things are made of, what country they come from. etc. It's gratifying and infuriating in equal measure. Thank god for Google.
_Fionnuala O'Driscoll, Mum, 30 Nov 2016
_Perfect for school libraries: coding & ethics in supply chains.
_@FairtradeUKEd, 11 Dec 2016
_I like the depth in the characters and the fact you haven't dumbed down the computer language too much. I also like the multi- cultural dimension of the characters and how children come across as being both powerful and agents for change in the world.
_Hayley Davis, Teacher, 31 Jul 2016
_The look of total joy on my daughter's face when she realised she was a secret agent was priceless.
_Simon Cook, London