A Practical Introduction to Python 3”
Is Now Available as a Paperback
It’s finally here…
And we’re supper happy to announce the launch of the Python Basics paperback!
If you haven’t heard of Python Basics before, it’s our complete Python curriculum suitable for learners at the beginner and intermediate level:
Learn more about the book and how you’ll gain practical Python skills by reading it →
It’s been a crazy/awesome couple of weeks to get this 635 page book ready for release.
Here’s an overview of the book by David Amos, Real Python Core Team member and main author of Python Basics:
In terms of content, the print edition is identical to the digital version available on the Real Python online store.
To get your print copy, click the button below:
Clicking the button should automatically redirect you to your local Amazon store. Or you can use the direct links below:
- Amazon.com (US & International)
- Amazon.ca (Canada)
- Amazon.co.uk (UK)
- Amazon.de (Germany & Europe)
- Amazon.in (India)
- (If your local Amazon store isn’t listed here, try searching for “Python Basics” or ISBN
1775093328under “Books” and it should show up.)
Common Questions / FAQ
Does the print version of the book give access to the bonus materials included with the digital version? Yes, the paperback version includes links to the online resources. So you’ll get the same great experience that customers of the digital edition get, with interactive online quizzes, and download access to the exercise and code challenge solutions.
Amazon doesn’t ship to my address? You should be able to order the book from any local book store by giving them the ISBN code
1775093328. The book might take a little while to become available that way since we just published it, but it’s not limited to being sold only on Amazon. It’s just that Amazon is the largest distribution channel, so that’s what we’re focusing on for the launch right now.
Here’s a photo from our book launch party with the RP editorial team:
The feedback we received from the Real Python community was priceless—and we’re all extremely happy with how the final book turned out.
Thanks for your support!
— Dan Bader, Chief Python Nut at Real Python