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Electronics for Kids
An engaging introduction to electronics,
packed with hands-on projects

Electronics for Kids

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San Francisco, CA (July 8, 2016)Electronics for Kids, a new book from No Starch Press, feeds youngsters’ natural curiosity about electronics through fun, hands-on projects; colorful illustrations; and beginner-friendly instructions.

Electronics for Kids (No Starch Press, $24.95, 328 pp., July 2016) features projects like an electronic coin tosser, an electromagnet, an electric motor, an intruder alarm, a musical instrument, a touch sensor LED circuit, and even a lemon-powered LED light. Each project is designed to teach beginners about electronics in a way that’s playful, engaging, and easy-to-follow.

Electronics for Kids teaches real electronics from scratch. My book is designed for kids who are curious about electronics and want to learn to build cool stuff,” says author Øyvind Nydal Dahl. “This is the book I wish I’d had when I was a kid pulling apart my father’s old radio to figure out how it worked.”

Electronics for Kids continues the No Starch Press tradition of publishing smart books that make STEM topics accessible and encourage kids to think. This latest release is sure to spark the imagination of anyone who wants to understand the magic behind electronics.

Electronics for Kids will be available online and in fine bookstores everywhere this month.


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About the Author

Øyvind Nydal Dahl built his first circuit at 14 and has been passionate about electronics ever since. He has a master's degree in electronics from the University of Oslo, helps companies develop new products, and travels the world while teaching electronics workshops. His popular, beginner-friendly tutorials can be found at

Electronics for Kids Electronics for Kids
Publisher: No Starch Press
Author: Øyvind Nydal Dahl
Print ISBN: 978-1-59327-725-3
Price: $24.95
Publication Date: July 2016
Specs: 328 pp., 4C
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