The Power is in the Words
Tagg has come to Tilde for one reason: to become a Codecrafter, a sorcerer who can forge her own magic spells. The road isn't an easy one. Tagg must face infinite loops, ornery students, tricky lang-monsters, and the wrath of a powerful queen.
Above all, she will face what it means to be a Codecrafter.
For the words that Tagg is learning aren't just magical. They are computer science.
Codecrafter is set in a world where spells are software, magic is programmed, and one girl must use all of her skills to outwit an enemy bent on her destruction.
Codecrafter is a middle-grade fantasy novel for ages 10 and up. Programming is a craft, and like all crafts, it can be learned. Just as Tagg learns to code her spells, anyone can learn to program. Codecrafter is a great book for introducing children and preteens to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), especially the dynamic world of programming and computer science.