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"If there's a series of books I would recommend as a must-have for all dads, it would have to be the Geek Dad books. They're creative and fun while being really educational at the same time." - Chris Singer, BookDads.com
"The real joy of this book comes from working and learning as a family and sharing your observations and enthusiasm. I have barely scratched the surface of what this book has to offer and look forward to completing the more complex projects with my little geeks." - FatherGeek.com
"Whether you're looking to inspire a love of science in your young child,or to encourage an older child to hold on to their curiosity about how things work,this book is sure to give you ideas galore and hours of fun and educational entertainment." - Nicole Wakelin, GeekMom.com
Ken Denmead is the editor of GeekDad, a blog on Wired magazine's Web site. A professional civil engineer, he lives near San Francisco with his wife and their two sons, who are both geeks in training.
decent book. has afew good ideas. too much talking and not enough action. still better than i can write though.Published 16 months ago by Damon
My husband is happy to have this and started planning his summer projects now. Good way for the kids to bond with dad.Published 18 months ago by GeeMom
Our family enjoys doing some of the projects in this book. Its been super fun planning family nights around the projects in this book.Published 18 months ago by Ashley Baechle
The book is filled with science I can enjoy with my son! It will be nice spending quality time with him.Published 19 months ago by Robert J. Chambers
I have the series, they have given me loads of inspiration! Just remember to try and pick experiments that the kids can do their share (not get bored and head back to the Xbox... Read morePublished on July 2, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Gave this to my 41 year old son for his birthday. He plans to use it with his 3 kids...6, 4, and 2.
Joan N from Illinois