Cracking Codes - Diana Kimpton Reviews
Description:ISBN 0439962889 / Genre: Childrens / Paperback / 2003 Scholastic
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by - written on 29/09/08 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Cracking Codes is another book in 'The Knowledge' series written for children aged between 9-14. Various authors write this series and each book tackles a different subject. The fun way in which the books are written allows them to discuss some difficult subjects and theories without them seeming boring or over complicated. In this way the books give children a vast amount of information and knowledge without the children being aware that they are learning so much and more importantly without giving them a brain overload. Although I have mentioned that these books are primarily written for children I think that they are just as suitable for young adults as ... Read the complete review
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