Secret Coders


By Gene Luen Yang and Mike Holmes

I liked that it was funny, but I had a hard time understanding some parts of the book. In the beginning of the book, I thought that the janitor was scary, but he turned out to be nice in the end. I thought that the turtle was a funny character. I didn’t like that there wasn’t a lot of color–it was only green, black, white and gray. I like books with color in them a lot more than no color.

Review by Lexi G., Student, Neil Armstrong Academy
Rating: ★★★✩✩ (3 stars)
Interest Level: Grades 3-6

Secret Coders
By Gene Luen Yang and Mike Holmes
First Second Books
91 pages
Release Date: September 29, 2015
A review copy was provided by the publisher.

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5 thoughts on “Secret Coders”

  1. GIVEAWAY ALERT! We have a copy of this title to give away to a school library, teacher, or student in Granite School District. Leave a comment on this post and we will draw a winner from the comments on November 14.

  2. I have read this book before it is a fun book for anyone who loves a mystery and wants to learn something new. I would also love to get this book for our library.

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