Python for Kids chapters range from easy to difficult python problems, like variables, functions, loop, list… to more complex things like module installation, code normalization, OOP,… In general, the articles are very detailed and written with very interesting style.
At the end of some lessons, there will be quizzes (Use a library called Tutle.py so that readers can understand new knowledge). The type of catching the tortoise going vertically, horizontally, drawing a triangle square … Pretty cool.
There are two collision detection games you can do after completing this book. There are quite detailed instructions on code for you to get acquainted. The two games are of intense childhood nature so they are very interesting.