Sibo is befriended by a stray dog and wants to keep it. But her mum is having none of it and the dog is taken to the pound. The man from the shelter explains the plight of animals to Sibo and how certain people mistreat them and don’t seem to care. A determined Sibo does some research and gets involved in her usual way. Will she be reunited with her new friend?
Sibo makes friends with a new girl who has a secret that she seems ashamed of. Sibo’s mother also makes it clear that the friendship is not on. Find out what the secret is and how Sibo helps change her mother’s misguided beliefs and shows her new friend that her secret is nothing to be ashamed of.
At school, Sibo and her friends learn a new word - biodiversity. The teacher’s explanation makes Sibo concerned about the environment, but her dad comes up with a great idea to fix up the local park. The whole community gets involved and shares ideas on how it can be done. They are rewarded with a clean and beautiful space to play, have picnics, go for walks and marvel at nature’s beauty.
Who Should Read This Book?
This book addresses interested Python programmers who want to learn about network coding and administrators who want to actively check the security of their systems and networks. The content should also be useful for white, gray, and black hat hackers, who prefer Python for coding, as well as for curious computer users, who want to get their hands on practical IT security and are interested in learning to see their network through the eyes of an attacker.
You neither need deep knowledge on how computer networks are built up nor in programming. You will get through all the knowledge you need to understand the source codes of the book in Chaps. 2 and 3. Readers, who know how to program in Python and dream in OSI layers or packet headers, can right away jump to Chap. 5 and start having fun at their device.
Of course a book like this needs a disclaimer, and the author would be happy if all readers only play on systems they are allowed to do so and use the information of this book only for good and ethical actions, otherwise, you may be breaking a
law depending on the country your device is connected in.
The length of the book doesn’t allow for in-depth discussion of all topics. You will only get somewhat more than the basics. If you want to dig deeper, you should afterward get some special lecture in your special field of interest.
“Outrageous hijinks and nonstop hilarity—five-stars!" —Lincoln Peirce, author of the Big Nate seriesFrom the bestselling author of Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library and coauthor with James Patterson of I Funny, House of Robots, and Treasure Hunters, comes the second hilarious, fun-in-the-sun adventure in his illustrated series about all the wacky things that happen when you live in a motel! There’s always something wacky happening when you live in a motel, and P.T. (named after P. T. Barnum, of course) has grown up at the world’s wackiest! When word gets out that the hottest teen idols in Hollywood (plus current YouTube sensation Kevin the Monkey!) will be filming their next movie—Beach Party Surf Monkey—right in St. Pete’s Beach, Florida, P.T. and his friend Gloria know that the Wonderland would be the perfect location. Now they just have to convince the producers! But when things start to go wrong (crazed fans? missing stars?), it will take all of Gloria’s business genius and P.T.’s wild stories to save the movie before both it and the Wonderland are all washed up! BONUS: Includes fun extras like P.T. and Gloria’s Famous Fact-or-Fiction Quiz: Movie EditionHere s What People are saying about Welcome to Wonderland!“Outrageous hijinks and nonstop hilarity—five-stars! Kids who check into this madcap motel will want to stay forever!�? —Lincoln Peirce, author of the Big Nate series"So funny I fell off my bed!"--Izzy B., age 10"Classic Grabenstein. The mystery should satisfy Grabenstein’s “Mr. Lemoncello�? followers, and the humor and visuals will appeal to fans of his collaborations with James Patterson. This new series should be a hit."—School Library Journal“A delight. P.T. is a hoot and a half. A funny, madcap dash."—Kirkus Reviews “Charm galore. Easy and breezy, this well-paced novel . . . belongs in the hands of any readers wanting their bad guys bad, their good guys great, and a little of Wonderland’s promised fun in the sun.�?—The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books
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