I'm assuming you mean programming books in general for kids and not a specific programming language. I'm also assuming that this book focuses on Python, since it specifically mentions Python in the "About the Author" section.
With that in mind, you may want to look at "Snake Wrangling for Kids" by Jason R. Briggs (http://www.briggs.net.nz/log/writing/snake-wrangling-for-kids/). You can download it for FREE (can't beat that) or buy it printed at lulu.com (the link is on his webpage). I haven't looked all the way through it yet, but if you download it and it's no good, you've only lost a little time. Keep in mind that there are seven versions for download -- both Python 2 and 3 for Linux, Windows, and Mac and one for Python 2 for all three platforms.