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Hello,

I received an Arduino Kit for Christmas (not the kit on sale on this site). However, it only contains parts and not a guide book.

I see that the Arduino Starter Kit that is available here for shopping has one book.

It's possible to get that book without buying the whole starter kit?

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Bruno
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Anyone?

i guess you don't need any manual there are so many videos and information online about that, it's really easy to find all the information
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i guess you don't need any manual there are so many videos and information online about that, it's really easy to find all the information

Indeed, however i like to have things on paper. That way I read it everywhere.

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I have seen the "Getting Started with Arduino"  book on the shelves at Radio Shack.  It is also available from MakerShed
or you can download the pdf from:
http://quarknet.fnal.gov/fnal-uc/quarknet-summer-research/QNET2011/project_files/teacher_files/Getting_Started_with_Arduino.pdf
and print it yourself.

I'm pretty sure I have seen the larger book (I think it is the one you are after, 170 pages or so) at Radio Shack as well.
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I have seen the "Getting Started with Arduino"  book on the shelves at Radio Shack.  It is also available from MakerShed
or you can download the pdf from:
http://quarknet.fnal.gov/fnal-uc/quarknet-summer-research/QNET2011/project_files/teacher_files/Getting_Started_with_Arduino.pdf
and print it yourself.

I'm pretty sure I have seen the larger book (I think it is the one you are after, 170 pages or so) at Radio Shack as well.

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I agree. For me, it's better to have a manual. That's easy to take notes.
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Go to Amazon -- search arduino

youll probably get the best prices there.
Theres 3 I have..
Arduino cookbook is a good one

Far better prices than radio shack, or anywhere else Ive seen,.
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