The book Electronics Projects For Dummies Paperback by Earl Boysen and Nancy C. Muir is a good little project book for the newbie who wants to begin learning about project work and learning electronics. The Table of Contents is not lacking in stated projects and the instruction are thorough for a novice to take on and succeed in making these easy and not so easy projects. This book correctly give you some guidance to begin elsewhere to gain some basic electronics knowledge and encourages safety when you are doing any electronics projects using power. If you have a liking for learning something new, about electronics, or if you have dabbled in it before, there are many easy plans for your project building endeavors. I have enjoyed going through it, an so far find it interesting how the author has included, ideas, pictures, lists of materials and sources for them for the reader.I will devour this book often once I see the “dummies” reference and can try and build a number of these comes, of course, with my very own mods and updates to newer elements and items, that area unit evermore out there since this book was written. I like it.
Overall the book is full of information that will cater both beginners and professionals in the field of electronics projects. If you love building gadgets, this book belongs on your radar. Here are complete directions for building ten cool creations that involve light, sound, or vibrations — a weird microphone, remote control gizmos, talking toys, and more, with full parts and tools lists, safety guidelines, and wiring schematics.
The only downside is that unlike the ebook version, the paperback version has black and white diagrams and photos. But this does not affect the instruction process of the book.