Maker Dad: Lunch Box Guitars, Antigravity Jars, and 22 Other Incredibly Cool Father-daughter DIY Projects

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As the editor in chief of MAKE magazine, Mark Frauenfelder has spent years combing through DIY books, but he's never been able to find one with geeky projects he can share with his two daughters. This is the first DIY book to use cutting-edge (and affordable) technology in appealing projects for fathers and daughters to do together.

These crafts and gadgets are both rewarding to make and delightful to play with. What's more, it  teaches girls lifelong skills—like computer programming, musicality, and how to use basic hand tools—as well as how to be creative problem solvers. The book's twenty-four unique projects include: Drawbot, a lively contraption that draws abstract patterns all by itself, Ice Cream Sandwich Necklace, and Friendstrument; an electronic musical instrument girls can play with friends.

This inspiration guide will inspire fathers to geek out with their daughters and help girls cultivate an early affinity for math, science, and technology.

Author: Mark Frauenfelder
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Format: Paperback
Pages: 213
ISBN: 9780544114548
As the editor in chief of MAKE magazine, Mark Frauenfelder has spent years combing through DIY books, but he's never been able to find one with geeky projects he can share with his two daughters. This is the first DIY book to use cutting-edge (and affordable) technology in appealing projects for fathers and daughters to do together.

These crafts and gadgets are both rewarding to make and delightful to play with. What's more, it  teaches girls lifelong skills—like computer programming, musicality, and how to use basic hand tools—as well as how to be creative problem solvers. The book's twenty-four unique projects include: Drawbot, a lively contraption that draws abstract patterns all by itself, Ice Cream Sandwich Necklace, and Friendstrument; an electronic musical instrument girls can play with friends.

This inspiration guide will inspire fathers to geek out with their daughters and help girls cultivate an early affinity for math, science, and technology.

Author: Mark Frauenfelder
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Format: Paperback
Pages: 213
ISBN: 9780544114548
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As the editor in chief of MAKE magazine, Mark Frauenfelder has spent years combing through DIY books, but he's never been able to find one with geeky projects he can share with his two daughters. This is the first DIY book to use cutting-edge (and affordable) technology in appealing projects for fathers and daughters to do together.

These crafts and gadgets are both rewarding to make and delightful to play with. What's more, it  teaches girls lifelong skills—like computer programming, musicality, and how to use basic hand tools—as well as how to be creative problem solvers. The book's twenty-four unique projects include: Drawbot, a lively contraption that draws abstract patterns all by itself, Ice Cream Sandwich Necklace, and Friendstrument; an electronic musical instrument girls can play with friends.

This inspiration guide will inspire fathers to geek out with their daughters and help girls cultivate an early affinity for math, science, and technology.

Author: Mark Frauenfelder
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Format: Paperback
Pages: 213
ISBN: 9780544114548
As the editor in chief of MAKE magazine, Mark Frauenfelder has spent years combing through DIY books, but he's never been able to find one with geeky projects he can share with his two daughters. This is the first DIY book to use cutting-edge (and affordable) technology in appealing projects for fathers and daughters to do together.

These crafts and gadgets are both rewarding to make and delightful to play with. What's more, it  teaches girls lifelong skills—like computer programming, musicality, and how to use basic hand tools—as well as how to be creative problem solvers. The book's twenty-four unique projects include: Drawbot, a lively contraption that draws abstract patterns all by itself, Ice Cream Sandwich Necklace, and Friendstrument; an electronic musical instrument girls can play with friends.

This inspiration guide will inspire fathers to geek out with their daughters and help girls cultivate an early affinity for math, science, and technology.

Author: Mark Frauenfelder
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Format: Paperback
Pages: 213
ISBN: 9780544114548
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