Newly Free Programming Kindle Book Listings for 2019-07-17 AU CA DE UK USA

Newly Free Python Kindle Books for 2019-07-17

Easy Learning Python 3: Python for Beginner's Guide
by yang hu
$0.00, 122 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #4 in Python Computer Programming
Have you always wanted to learn computer programming but are afraid it'll be too difficult for you? Or perhaps you know other programming languages but are interested in learning the Python language fast?

You no longer have to waste your time and money trying to learn Python from boring books, expensive online courses or complicated Python tutorials that just leave you more confused and frustrated.

The complexity of life, because they do not understand to simplify the complex, to simplify the complexity, simple is the beginning of wisdom.

From the essence of practice, to briefly explain the concept, and vividly cultivate programming interest, this book deeply analyzes Python 3 programming, combined with the use of scene interpretation in practice, to experience the fun of programming.

1. Setup and Installation
1.1 Python Development Nodepad++ Installation
1.2 Python 3 Installation
1.3 Nodepad++ Integrate With Python 3
2. Python 3 basic concepts
2.1 Hello World
2.2 Basic data type
2.3 Basic data type conversion
3. Python operator
3.1 Arithmetic operator
3.2 Relational operator
3.3 Assignment operator
3.4 Logical Operators
4. Control statement
4.1 If Conditional statements
4.2 Branch statement
4.3 While loop
4.4 While loop cut fruit game
4.5 For loop bubble ball example
4.6 Continue and break
5. Python data structure
5.1 List
5.2 List’s functions
5.3 Two-dimensional list
5.4 List minesweeping example
5.5 Tuple
5.6 Dictionary
5.7 Set
5.8 Iterator
5.9 Generator
6. String
7. Custom function
8. Modules and packages
9. Date and time
10. File and input and output I/O
11. Exception handling
12. Regular expression
13. Python 3 Object-Oriented Programming
13.1 Create class
13.2 Encapsulation
13.3 Construction method
13.4 Inheritance
13.5 Override and Polymorphism
13.6 List and class
13.7 Dictionary and class
14. Multithreading
15. Network programming
16. Python PyMySQL MySQL

Brainteasers in Python 3.5
by Rajeev Vashisht
$0.00, 10 pages, 1.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #1240 in Python Computer Programming
About the Author

Rajeev Vashisht was a Platinum Level Blogger at IBIBO
He was a top blogger at
An established author & merit educationist from CBSE platform in India has 4 Merit certificates from KVS to credit.
Currently micro blogs actively at twitter with Klout score topping at 51
He has published 15 more books at Amazon Digital Platform
He is MBA and a successful Author in India for about 15 years now.
He has been a teacher of computer science for about 15 years.
Follow the Author on Twitter :

About The Book

Brainteasers in Python 3.5
Consists of higher order problems/operations not implemented in compiler yet & creates a computational thinking in readers mind.
A short book which gives introduction to the basics of Python language, including and up to class concepts & recursion & Internal Functions
A really short book of compiled examples in Python 3.5

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Notes and Tips

I started making these lists for my own use in 2013 when an Amazon policy change gutted all of the web sites that listed free Kindle books. Before the policy change, those sites would get some amount of compensation for directing people to the Amazon web site. After the policy change, they lost all compensation for the month if most of their referrals that month were for free books. So most of those web sites stopped listing the free books.

I use the description "newly free" for these book lists. That means I won't list a book again if I've listed it recently. There are so many books that are permanently free, or frequently free, that it makes it difficult to find "newly free" books manually looking through the Amazon search results. There are just too many repeats every day. But I have included the links to those Amazon searches on the category headers, so you can always click the link to see the full list if you'd like. My process just extracts the "newly free" books from those search results, by keeping a record of books I've listed in the past.

The lists are designed for easy navigation through the books. Clicking on the blurb of any given book will bring the next book in the list up to the top of the screen. This makes it easy to quickly go through them one-by-one. Each category header has an index of the various categories available, and also shows the number of books available in each category. Clicking on the category header itself will bring up the full Amazon search listing of free books for that category.

If you're in Canada, Germany, or the UK, clicking on the "CA" or "DE" or "UK" link in the top right hand corner of the document will change all of the book links from USA to Canada or Germany or the UK. But they may not be free there as they are in the USA. Usually, but not always.

If an author classifies their book as belonging to multiple genres (e.g. fantasy, horror), it will only be listed in the first genre that I process. I process the sub-categories of a major category first, so that the book will be listed in the more specific category.

The rating and # of reviews will be highlighted green to flag ratings above 4.5 stars with more than 50 reviews.

Horizontal bars above the blurbs may be red. You can ignore that. They're just reminders to me that I have already purchased that book.

Free book searches on Amazon

Three ways to search for free (or Prime) books on Amazon:

Currently, there are about 90,000 free Kindle books, a thousand "Prime Reading" books, and over 1.6 million "Prime Eligible" books. With only a few exceptions, "Kindle Unlimited" means "Prime Eligible". "Prime Reading" offers unlimited loans per month, while "Prime Eligible" is just one loan per month.

From the initial search results, you can drill down into categories and use any of the left navigation bar filters.

Those same searches with a keyword:

Click on the "search" part of the "results for" line and you can change the search term to whatever you desire. Then you can continue as before and use the normal drill-down and/or filter choices.

Reddit Groups

There are two Reddit groups that regularly have free Kindle books listed:

Kindle Freebies
Free E-Books


The eReaderIQ web site is a price tracking service for Kindle books. It allows you to set up watch lists for books and authors, and then they will send you an email alert when a book reaches a certain price, or an author has a book with a price reduction.


The BookBub web site will send you email alerts with handpicked recommendations on books, for your selected genres. Some are free, others just have price reductions.

Galaxy Magazine

Galaxy Science Fiction was an American digest-size science fiction magazine, published from 1950 to 1980, and they are now offered free online:

​They can be downloaded as mobi files for the Kindle as well as being read online.​ Used to be one of my favorite SF magazines. I almost always had one with me when I was in high school.


If you're more interested in mainstream books, check to see what options you have from your local library. Many use the Overdrive or Libby sites to loan out Kindle books. If that's not available to you, or your local library has a limited collection, the "Free Library of Philadelphia" has an extensive Overdrive collection, and an out-of-state library card is only $50 per year. Less than half the price of KU.


Project Gutenberg, founded in 1971, is an Internet archive of free public domain books, created via a volunteer effort that digitizes and archives such books. You can download the Kindle format of a book and then transfer the book to your Kindle directly using a USB cable or by emailing it to your Kindle via its Send-to-Kindle email address using your email client or something like the Amazon Send-To-Kindle tool or an eBook management tool like Calibre.


Notifications of new listings will be made in various GoodReads discussion groups (e.g. Amazon Kindle), as well as on the Reddit FreeEBOOKS group. There is also an RSS Feed.