Learn to code in Python
...by reading a picture book!
Learn Python basics quickly- while enjoying a beautifully illustrated picture book!
For kids and beginners of all ages, learning to code in the Python programming language has never been this fun...or fast!
This story of an epic day describes real-life situations with Python computer programs presented next to beautiful full-page illustrations. You'll see how activities like adding toppings to a waffle breakfast and playing a game of balloon darts are described with Python programs.
You will learn important programming concepts and Python programming fundamentals from the story's Python programs and code explanations. Variables and operators, conditional statements, loops, functions, classes, strings...it's all covered in this entertaining tale. You can run each program in the book on your computer, play with the code, and gain the knowledge to write your own Python programs!
Python is a popular, easy to learn programming language in high demand
Python is used in a wide variety of applications including data science and analysis, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, scientific and numeric computing, web development and apps, and game development. In addition, Python can be used in robotics and electronics platforms to control hardware with high-level commands.
Get started learning to code in Python with a picture book- not a textbook!
Experience a colorful introduction to the Python programming language and gain valuable coding skills. You can also use this book as a reference to look back on for fun and useful code examples.
"What a unique idea for a children's book. It takes the most popular software teaching language and makes it accessible to younger kids." - Michael Kennedy, Host of the Talk Python to Me and Python Bytes podcasts
"I am very impressed with A Day in Code: Python and highly recommend it for anyone wanting to learn Python as well as those who want to expose children to important life skills they can acquire through learning computer coding." - Michael Knight, GeekDad
"This book provides an overview of many constructs in the Python programming language in a fun way through the eyes of kids and would be a great supplement for anyone interested in learning Python. The examples are centered around two kids who are writing programs to document their day. For anyone learning Python, both adults and kids, this book helps to show practically how to think like a computer as a person walks through everyday activities." - Jeffrey Miller, Dean of Engineering and Computational Sciences at Southern Utah University