Humble Brainiac Book Bundle - Pay What You Want ($60 Value)
Pay what you want for a fantastic ebook bundle from Brainiac (publishers of fine geek reading everywhere) and Humble Bundle. Name your price for five fantastic books worth $60.65.
To calculate the value of the five books, I used the Amazon Kindle Editions of each book. These Brainiac books come in either PDG or ePub formats. You will receive:
- Ruby Wizardry: An Introduction to Programming for Kids - Value $14.29
- Lauren Ipsum: A Story About Computer Science and Other Improbable Things - Value $9.99
- Snip, Burn, Solder, Shred: Seriously Geeky Stuff to Make with Your Kids- Value $12.41
- The LEGO Adventure Book, Vol. 1 - Value $13.97
- The Manga Guide to Electricity - Value $9.99
Those five books are yours to get for whatever price you want to pay. These Brainiac books are excellent for parents and children alike to share and learn in a fun and inviting way. Most the reviews on these books celebrate the unique way in which the information is presented, making learning fun and interesting. As one reviewer of the Manga Guide to Electricity says:
I wish I had something like this back when I was in school! This translated series from No Starch is impressive - it uses Manga characters to provide a good overview of the basics of electricity.
Now, if you pay more than the average price that people are donating (currently $12.14), you will unlock another five books to add your child's ebook library. They are Build Your Own Website, Incredible LEGO Technic, Python for Kids, The Manga Guide to Physics, and LEGO Space. With 10 ebooks for just over $12, you are averaging $1 per eBook.
If you love this bundle, but are unsure how to download the files or wondering if you have a compatible device, then read this simple guide. Now, if I had kinder running around my feet - I would probably buy the entire set for $15 (I assume that is USD). I like to encourage a love of learning and geeky pursuits in children.
Don't miss out on the Star Wars Humble Bundle either!
(Expiry: 16th February 2015)