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Python For Kids For Dummies Paperback – September 8, 2015
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From the Back Cover
- Learn a Pro Coding Language
- Create Games and Secret Messages
- Customize Your Projects
Learn Python, build cool stuff!
Want to learn coding? Python is a great place to start! This book includes 10 fun step-by-step projects that help you learn coding basics with Python while you create guessing games, a geek-speak translator, and more!
- Get started — install Python, learn your way around it, and write your first program
- Explore it — take a guided tour from Python basics to building applications
- Build things — create encrypted messages, set up a math game, and have fun with silly sentences
About the Author
Brendan Scott is a dad who loves Python and wants kids to get some of its magic too. He started pythonforkids.brendanscott.com to help teach his oldest child to code. He maintains it to help other young people learn Python.
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release. The author gives good reasons for the choice of 2.* Python including the availability of additional and legacy libraries and the fact that Python 2 is installed by default on Mac's, but several introductions for kids use the Python 3.* fork. The examples are realistic and not only games extending to an introduction to Python's Object Oriented Syntax and the conventional Self variable. An excellent choice for a mature child or timid adult unless you are already committed to the 3.* fork of Python