Sticky Note Reviews: Click’d

I picked up Click’d by Tamara Ireland Stone because @theloudlibrarylady was talking about it. Yesterday, I posted a character confession for the protagonist, Allie Navarro. Today, I’m leaving you with my thoughts. Before you even get there, let me put it to you this way: I finished it on my way to school, and when I got there, I immediately told our librarian that we needed to add it to our collection.

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#bookaday Click'd by Tamara Ireland Stone. #stickynotereview I picked this up because of @theloudlibrarylady's review, and it didn't disappoint. Solid middle grade novel featuring a girl who codes mobile apps. We need more girls in CS (computer science). Allie was a well realized and relatable character whose decisions reminded me of my experience with middle schoolers. I like that she developed a game at camp with a supportive group of girls. I did initially struggle to connect the social app to Games 4 Good, but was we moved toward the competition, I was convinced (especially since I'm pretty shy, myself). Recommended purchase to my library! #snrtbs #bookstagram #blackbookblogger

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