Emmy in the key of code /Material type: BookPublisher: Boston ; Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2019.Description: 406 pages ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780358040828; 0358040825.Subject(s): Computer programming -- Juvenile fiction | Sexism -- Juvenile fiction | Middle schools -- Juvenile fiction | Schools -- Juvenile fiction | Composition (Music) -- Juvenile fiction | Moving, Household -- Juvenile fiction | Families -- California -- San Francisco -- Juvenile fiction | San Francisco (Calif.) -- Juvenile fiction | Novels in verse | Computer programming -- Fiction | Sexism -- Fiction | Middle schools -- Fiction | Schools -- Fiction | Composition (Music) -- Fiction | Moving, Household -- Fiction | Family life -- California -- San Francisco -- Fiction | San Francisco (Calif.) -- FictionSummary: Sixth-grader Emmy tries to find her place in a new school and to figure out how she can create her own kind of music using a computer.
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In this innovative middle grade novel, coding and music take center stage as new girl Emmy tries to find her place in a new school. Perfect for fans of the Girls Who Code series and The Crossover . <br> <br> In a new city, at a new school, twelve-year-old Emmy has never felt more out of tune. Things start to look up when she takes her first coding class, unexpectedly connecting with the material--and Abigail, a new friend--through a shared language: music. But when Emmy gets bad news about their computer teacher, and finds out Abigail isn't being entirely honest about their friendship, she feels like her new life is screeching to a halt. Despite these obstacles, Emmy is determined to prove one thing: that, for the first time ever, she isn't a wrong note, but a musician in the world's most beautiful symphony.
Sixth-grader Emmy tries to find her place in a new school and to figure out how she can create her own kind of music using a computer.