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Warren Sande scoured the city for a book on the basics of computer programming for his son, Carter, but couldn’t find anything.
His wife suggested they write their own.
That was three years ago.
A few weeks ago, Hello World! Computer Programming for Kids and Other Beginners was officially on bookstore shelves.
“It was just something fun to do, plus I learned how to program,” said Carter, now nine.
The John Young Elementary School student said he has been tinkering with computers since he was three years old, so learning the programming language Python and creating his own games was a logical progression.