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This is a great book full of high tech, low tech, complex and simple father and daughter projects.
I'm looking forward to spending many fun hours with my daughter working with her and teaching her how to do things like solder.
Overall, a well laid out DIY book to entice quality fun time for parents and children together- more is needed.
A good book, but agree with others that you need to read and get the supplies to execute the projects. Not a lot you can just do spur of the moment.Published 25 days ago by J. Norr
My daughters and I love the projects in this book. We're attacking one about each second weekend: so far, we did the anti gravity jar (using old hard disk magnets), the soap... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andreas Häusler
engaging to both my 11 year old daughter and myself. a great book!Published 1 month ago by brandy wells
Looking forward to working through this boom with my daughter.Published 2 months ago by Stephan Matanovic
I haven't made anything yet as my daughter is only 2 but the book is well made, great photos and instructions.Published 2 months ago by C. S. Moore
It's a cool book but I wish there more activities that reflected a variety of ages. I'll definitely use it.Published 3 months ago by Thomas Walsh
Mark Frauenfelder has true gadget geek cred. As the founding editor of MAKE magazine, former editor of Wired, and creator of BoingBoing, he's got everybody beat in the category of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mary Lavers
Have you got a curious little one eager to do "experiments" and "build stuff"? This may be the perfect book for you. Read morePublished 4 months ago by P. Kingsriter