Sinclair Spectrum Books

The following is a list of Sinclair Spectrum Books in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other books may have been published. If you have a book that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 9 Sinclair Spectrum Books in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Easy Programming for the ZX Spectrum Date: 1982 Easy Programming for the ZX Spectrum

Publisher: Shiva
Author: Ian Stewart, Robin Jones

Programming your ZX Spectrum Date: 1982 Programming your ZX Spectrum

From first principles to quite complex programming...more than 100 programs and routines... step by step guide to the art of programming.

Publisher: Interface
Author: Tim Hartnell and Dilwyn Jones

Better Programming for your Spectrum and ZX81 Date: 1983 Better Programming for your Spectrum and ZX81

The book teaches you better programming techniques and will help you get the very best from your computer.

Publisher: Fontana Original
Author: S. Robert Speel

Mastering Machine Code on your ZX Spectrum Date: 1983 Mastering Machine Code on your ZX Spectrum

This book is designed to teach the reader the essential elements of programming in machine code. It assumes absolutely no knowledge of the subject whatsoever, and yet still promises to take you to a level of proficiency beyond your wildest dreams.

Publisher: Interface Publications
Author: Toni Baker

First Steps with your Spectrum Date: 1983 First Steps with your Spectrum

Publisher: Armada
Author: Carolyn Hughes

Spectrum What's the Time? Date: 1983 Spectrum What's the Time?

Children's workbook used to teach children to tell the time.  Originally came with a software cassette to run on the ZX Spectrum.

Publisher: Collins Educational
Author: PK McBride

Spectrum Know Your Tables Date: 1983 Spectrum Know Your Tables

A workbook to help children learn their times tables.  Originally included software of tables with practice questions included.

Publisher: Collins Educational
Author: BP O'Byrne

ZX Spectrum Whizz Kid Date: 1984 ZX Spectrum Whizz Kid

Publisher: Longman
Author: Ian Scales

LOGO on the Sinclair Spectrum Date: 1985 LOGO on the Sinclair Spectrum

Back Cover:
LOGO is a powerful computer language which encourages clear thinking and proven problem-solving techniques. Although initially developed for use by children, LOGO is not a 'toy' langugae; it is a powerful tool which can be used to exploit the full potential of the microcomputer.....Sinclair LOGO is a full implementation of the language and provides a comprehensive range of its features... This book provides a complete guide to using LOGO on the Sinclair Spectrum.

Publisher: Macmillan
Author: Graham Field

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