Electronics for Kids, is a new book from No Starch Press that teaches real electronics from scratch. The book is designed for kids 10 and up who are curious about electronics and want to build cool stuff. The book (almost 300 pages) provides fun, hands-on projects with colorful illustrations and beginner-friendly instructions. It features projects like an electronic coin tosser, an intruder alarm, a musical instrument, a touch sensor LED circuit, a lemon-powered LED light, and MORE.
Electronics for Kids continues the No Starch Press tradition of publishing smart books that make STEM topics accessible and encourage kids to think. Their catalog is certainly interesting – you might want to give it a look.