My Trip to Boston
Anyone can learn computer science, even at the elementary school level. This book delves into the essential computer science concept of parallelization using age-appropriate language and colorful illustrations. A meaningful storyline is paired with an accessible curricular topic to engage and excite readers. This book introduces readers to a relatable character and familiar situation, which demonstrates how parallelization is used in everyday life. Readers will follow a narrator as they go on a trip to Boston with their family. The family splits up so they can see as many historical landmarks as possible. This fiction book is paired with the nonfiction book Looking for Landmarks (ISBN: 9781508137719). The instructional guide on the inside front and back covers provides: Vocabulary, Background knowledge, Text-dependent questions, Whole class activities, and Independent activities.