Claire H., Teresa G., Kaylah R.

A website built containing books ordered by genre and grade. Also features an editor's choice section and a suggestion page allowing users to submit books.

Home schooled students and teachers don't have access to a wide variety of popular and educational literature. Even libraries are limited in their selection of literature.

This website was built to allow students and teachers gain access to books that are popular among today's teenagers as well as classic literature. Books are chosen based on our own school experience and books that are popular among our peers.

We had a good amount of trouble disentangling our CSS pages. Several of them overlapped and overrode sections of our main style sheets. It took us a while, but we sorted through and organized the CSS so that we would have uniform CSS throughout the website.

From right to left:

  • I am Teresa Graves. I am seventeen year old senior from Idaho. Previous to this summer I had no experience with coding of any sort.
  • I am Kaylah Ramirez. I am sixteen and come from Taylor, Texas. Before joining GWC, I had absolutely NO experience in coding.
  • I am Claire Honeycutt.  I am a seventeen-year-old homeschooler from Round Rock, Texas.  Prior to this program, my only experience was limited html text editing.

This project was made by Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program students at Barlovento - RR.