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Python poems and fairy tales

Python poems and fairy tales
California: Poems by Goldilocks and Cinderella or Jack and Jill or Twinkle Twinkle have been popular for generations. Now an American company has used these masterpieces of poems and stories to teach Python coding. Children and adults alike can benefit from this.

Python is the world’s most popular programming language used in artificial intelligence, scientific research, data science and many other fields. Millions of Python programmers are needed worldwide every year.

Storytellers and programmers from Sindai Electronics in California have teamed up to write a book that lets you learn Python coding from stories and poems. The story progresses and coding begins.

The method is that in front of each poem and news there is a relevant image which shows the coding and the story or poem. Each page ends with a regular code. But it is important that children and adults practice it on the Python programming compiler so that it can be put to practical use.

The published coloring book costs 34 34 and is available for  14 if you just want to download the ebook.

The story of the Red Riding Hood and the Gold Locks bear is also waiting for you. As the story progresses, so does Python’s coding. This gives a sense of coding in a very interesting way, which is a rather tedious process.

Interestingly, you can also change the poem and the story yourself by changing the coding. According to the company, after reading a poem or a story, it is very important to practice on Python software.

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