Re: Best Python book(s) for a pre-teen?

Discussion in 'Python' started by aliencat777@gmail.com, Jul 27, 2013.

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    Hi,

    "Start Here: Python 3x Programming Made Fun and Easier" is a very easy to understand beginners book. It also covers a basic introduction to software design, version systems, game logic and design, and packaging your first programs.
    I wrote this book originally for my two sons when I was home schooling them.
    You can download the first chapters, "free version" to try before you buy it at www.toonzcat.com/book.html

    Jody
    , Jul 27, 2013
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