Detective Dot

But, she knows having a smartphone means nothing if you don’t have a smart brain to use it!of people in the world!), and 92% of female characters are underweight. Stuffed full of danger, gadgets and toilet humour, Dot helps kids aged 8+ get to grips with computer science.“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 gazillionaire Shelly Belly. Dot’s going to have to use all her coding skills, cunning and gadgets to crack the case.The softcover book includes:Softcover book for kids aged 8+Diverse role models doing cool stuffComplements national curriculum in computer scienceMade ethically and sustainably in Britaindetective DOT is available @ https://www.detectivedot.org/collections/the-adventures-of-detective-dot    Detective Dot, secret agent of the Children’s Intelligence Agency, is a role model who inspires kids to learn to code. You are here: Home / Mommy Reviews / Childrens Books / Detective DotDetective DotMay 1, 2017 by Dick Leonardo Leave a Comment Affiliate Links                                   detective DOTWritten by Sophie Deen and friendsAnd now for something completely different…In cartoons, 0% of princesses are coders, boys are twice as likely to take the lead, 73% of characters have white Caucasian skin (compared to only 15%Detective Dot Secret agent for the CIA, nine-year-old Dot loves all things tech. That’s not right. Careers in STEM are for anyone; if anyone can get to the bottom of this nonsense and really make a change to this world, it’s kids.In the book, you follow the adventures of nine-year-old coder and agent for the top-secret Children’s Intelligence Agency .Detective Dot and her companions, Drone and Tumble,   resist against teenage gazillionaire Shelly Belly, who puts profit before babies, kittens and people. Why are all her products so cheap, and where does she make them?