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    Nicki Tempero
    Computer science concepts as told through fairy tales.
    8 February
    Public discussion Created by Nicki Tempero

    I came across this blog on Twitter - Computer Science concepts told through fairy tales . Has anyone used this site or have other sites with stories to  support your own or student learning?

    Here is part of a story explaining an algorithm-

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    If you like Jeremy Kubica's blog and his three books, you may also enjoy Linda Liukas' Hello Ruby or Carlos Bueno's Lauren Ipsum. They are all fantasy stories for young people that contain metaphors or allusions to concepts from computer science.

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