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Suggestion for a new Head First book on electricity and magnetism

I have skimmed Head First Physics. It is fantastic, but it has nothing on electricity and magnetism. Do you plan to do a Head First on this. If not, won't you please do so.

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  • Hi John,

    Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts with us. I'm glad to hear that you were pleased with Head First Physics. I'm passing your note about an electricity and magnetism book on to Head First's editors.

    We appreciate your feedback,

    Rachel
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  • Hi John-

    Unfortunately, there aren't any plans for a "next" Physics book. Right now, we're keeping an eye on how our existing math and science books are doing (Algebra, Statistics, Physics), and waiting to see if they're well-received. We're also trying to put some effective marketing behind them, as people in the non-technical fields aren't that aware of our Head First books yet.

    Certainly, if the market really responds well, we'll be able to push further into math and science, and a second Physics book would then make sense. For now, though, you can literally affect the chances of a second Physics book by letting people know about Head First Physics (and our other math and science titles). It's really true: the more people that buy the existing titles, the more future titles we can confidently publish.

    Thanks
    Brett McLaughlin
    Series Editor, Head First
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  • Its been more than 8 years - any plans to introduce the next one - "Head First Physics 2" ?
    It will be great help for all the students.

    thanks !
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