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Secrets & Sequences: 08/30/18
Secrets & Sequences by Gene Luen Yang is the third book in the Secret Coders series. The first book introduced the school and the secret language (logo). The second one introduced the school's true history. Now this one gives the secret coders a chance to save the school and the city from a supervillain with ties to the school.
Saving the school involves learning how to program with random numbers and giant flying turtles. Of all the computer languages out there, logo probably won't ever be used for world domination. But it's a fun, easy to learn language.
Yang's world building is so consistent that he just sells the idea that there could be a world where a mathematically based drawing program could be used to drive robots and bring about world domination.
The fourth book is Robots & Repeats.