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Raspberry Pi Projects for Kids
Create an MP3 Player, Mod Minecraft, Hack Radio Waves, and More!
By (author): Dan Aldred
9781593279462 Paperback, Trade English General Trade : Age (years) from 10, Grade (US) from 5 TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electronics / General Dec 02, 2019
$33.95 CAD
Active 7 x 9.25 x 0.7 in 288 pages No Starch Press
Learn coding and electronics through 12 original and daring projects that hack wireless signals.

The Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive, pocket-sized computer that will help you build and code your own hardware projects.

Raspberry Pi Projects for Kids will show you how to harness the power of the Raspberry Pi to create 12 cool projects using simple code and common materials like a webcam, microphone, and LED lights. Step-by-step instructions and detailed diagrams guide you through each project.

After a brief introduction to the Python programming language, you’ll learn how to:

  •  Create an LED night-light that turns itself on and off
  •  Set up a Raspberry Pi camera to take selfies and videos
  •  Set up a webcam to stream video to your cell phone
  •  Manipulate environments in Minecraft
  •  Hijack local radio waves to play your own songs and recordings
  •  Configure Raspberry Pi to send texts to a cell phone
  •  Track your family members’ locations via wi-fi and Bluetooth
  •  Create an MP3 player
  •  Set up a camera to take motion-triggered photos of wildlife
  •  Control the electronics in your home with your cell phone
  •  Teach Raspberry Pi to read aloud posts from your Twitter feed
  •  Play “Rock, Paper, Scissors” against Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi Projects for Kids will deliver hours of fun and endless inspiration!

Written by a teacher, all the projects have been tested in the classroom to make sure they’re age appropriate.

Fun, inexpensive, innovative projects that use common house

Dan Aldred is a Computer Science teacher, freelance writer, and hacker. He has championed the use of the Raspberry Pi as a tool for learning and creativity, and is a Raspberry Pi Certified Educator. Aldred led the winning team of students for the first Astro Pi competition whose code is now orbiting Earth aboard the International Space Station. He currently lives in the United Kingdom.

Author Residence: Northallerton, England

Author Hometown: Bournemouth, England

Marketing: Featured in the 2019 No Starch STEM Activity Kit

Included in Raspberry Pi Day(March 14th) Event Kit for libraries/bookstores

Promotion at over 200 tech conferences

Targeted review copy mailings to key reviewers and follow up

Targeted press release mailing

Publicity: Author blog tour

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