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What sort of age of child is this book intended for? Is it specifically aimed at girls?
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:What sort of age of child is this book intended for? Is it specifically aimed at girls?



It's intended for ages 8-12 but I've seen kids much younger and much older enjoy it! And while the main characters are girls, and there is some talk about sexism in tech, the book is really for people of any gender!
 
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Thank you; from the links I followed I had thought it was intended for people over 12.
 
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