Arduino Project Handbook, Volume 2: 25 Simple Electronics Projects for Beginners 1st Edition, Kindle Edition
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This is an excellent project book for the Arduino. All experiments are fully illustrated with color plates including code and assembly. Unlike some other Arduino project books no handcrafting skills beyond the simplest of soldering is required to carry out the projects, no cutting and pasting no glue gun. Most of the projects can be completed with any of several under $50.00 "Arduino Starter Kits" available from several Chinesae manufactures such as Sainsmart and Seeed Studio. This book provides excellent experience toward building more complicated systems with the Arduino or other embedded systems.
I recommend the book highly and I will be informing colleagues of this great new addition to electronics literature.