No Starch Press teams with Humble Bundle for a fantastic book offer

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No Starch Press is one of our favorite outlets for Lego books. Until February 18th, they are teaming up with Humble Bundle and running an impressive eBook deal that you just can't pass up. There are several Lego titles in the offer and the price point is wonderful, because you pay what you want to and then choose what portion that you want to go to publisher, Humble Bundle and the selected charities.

The Lego titles are as follows:

I personally already have all of these titles on my bookshelves, but will be getting in on this deal anyway. Some of the other books in the bundle are interesting and I do not have electronic copies of all of the Lego titles.


The official release is below if you need further details. If not, you can get into the Humble Brainiac Book Bundle right here.

No Starch Press Teams Up with Humble Bundle to Present the Humble Brainiac Book BundlePay What You Want for an Amazing Selection of Geeky Kids eBooks
San Francisco, CA (February 4, 2014) — No Starch Press has long been the go-to source for curious kids, offering the finest in geek entertainment and education. Its recent line of kids programming books has garnered widespread praise from educators, parents, and book reviewers alike. Today, No Starch teams up with Humble Bundle to offer the Humble Brainiac Book Bundle.Humble Bundle's pay-what-you-want model allows customers to pay any price for the eBook bundle, valued at over 250 dollars.

No Starch Press founder Bill Pollock says, "We're committed to making technical subjects accessible and entertaining to people of all ages. With this promotion, we're showcasing our unique resources for kids and hope to inspire a future generation of programmers, engineers, and all-around geeks. This is pretty much a no brainer—for the price of an Uber, you can get a slew of No Starch eBooks and contribute to charities that matter."

Customers can pay any amount of money and receive:

  • Ruby Wizardry: An Introduction to Programming for Kids
  • Lauren Ipsum: A Story About Computer Science and Other Improbable Things
  • The Manga Guide to Electricity
  • Snip, Burn, Solder, Shred: Seriously Geeky Stuff to Make with Your Kids
  • The LEGO Adventure Book, Volume 1: Cars, Castles, Dinosaurs & More!

Customers who pay more than the average user will also receive:

  • LEGO Space: Building the Future
  • The Manga Guide to Physics
  • Python for Kids: A Playful Introduction to Programming
  • Incredible LEGO Technic: Cars, Trucks, Robots & More!
  • Build Your Own Website: A Comic Guide to HTML, CSS, and WordPress

And customers who pay $15 or more will receive all of the above, plus:

  • Steampunk LEGO
  • JavaScript for Kids: A Playful Introduction to Programming
  • The LEGO Neighborhood Book: Build Your Own Town!

As with all Humble Bundle promotions, customers choose how much of their money goes to the publisher, Humble Bundle, and charity. The two charities supported by this bundle are the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and the Freedom of the Press Foundation.

The Humble Brainiac Book Bundle runs for two weeks and ends February 18, 2015 at 2pm EST time.


About No Starch Press

No Starch Press has been publishing the finest in geek entertainment since 1994, covering topics like LEGO, hacking, science, math, and programming for all ages. Our titles have personality, our authors are passionate, and our books tackle topics that people care about.

About Humble Bundle

Humble Bundle organizes pay-what-you-want plus charity promotions for awesome digital content and puts the power directly in the hands of the consumers, offering them fully-featured titles at prices they set themselves. Consumers pay what they want and decide how to allocate their money between content creators, charity, and a humble tip. Humble Bundle also offers the Humble Store, a digital storefront that features great games at great prices with a portion of sales going to select charities. Since the company's launch in 2010, Humble Bundle has helped empower its community to allocate more than $50 million toward charity to date. For more information, please visit

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