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However, there are some problems with the coding that need to be fixed. Carets missing, photos named wrong, etc. It's little stuff, but for a subject where one little line can stop everything from working, it's very important that it all be on point. Some of this could simply be because it's an ARC copy, but this is one of those cases where the errors prevented me from being able to give an accurate assessment of the book's ability to teach children to code, so it's a bit of a problem. I debated on whether to mention this, but ultimately I decided to because this is not like a regular ARC where a misspelled word or a missing punctuation mark might be annoying, but it's not a big deal. Instead, it halts the whole exercise in it's tracks if you've messed something up. I think I found them only because I went through the exercises one by one, just like a child learning from the book would do.
None of the other reviews on Goodreads I've seen mention the problems, but I double and triple-checked myself as well as copied and pasted the code directly from the website in some instances and still came up with errors unless I inserted things like the colon between 'Float" and "left/right" as is continuously absent in the book.
Overall, a fantastic idea and one I hope to see replicated for other projects in the future. Solid premise, great layout, clear text. All good stuff! Just a few errors to fix.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from Netgalley for review consideration.