New to drones, or perhaps looking for a gift idea for someone you want to get into drones?
“Six-Word Lessons for the Drone Hobbyist: 100 Lessons to Fly Your Drone Safely with Skill and Confidence” launched last month as a guidebook of 100 lessons to gain skill and confidence for flying drones as a hobby.
In 100 brief lessons, the book teaches readers about the many fun things you can do with a drone, including video and photography ideas, tips on choosing the right drone for you, properly operating your drone in all environments and situations, staying safe, following laws and rules, and how to avoid crashing and losing your drone.
Drone Girl has the absolute honor of being one of those 100 lessons — No. 96 to be exact! Here’s a sneak peek:
The book is authored by Dr. Tulinda Larsen, the CEO and Founder of Skylark Drone Research who has 40 years of commercial aviation experience, is a private pilot and Certified Part 107 Remote Pilot, and is an Adjunct Professor at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.
It is also currently rated the #1 New Release in 90-Minute Sports & Outdoors Short Reads on Amazon.com.
Looking for a drone book for kids while you’re at it? Another set of drone books launched this quarter, but these ones are targeted at young dronies. Sharon Rossmark and Wendy Erikson, who both lead a group called Women And Drones, authored two books, a coloring and activity book priced at $12.52 and a book called “Drone Girls And The Air Show Adventure” for $12.54. (There’s no affiliation with this Drone Girl).