Boys' Book: How to Be the Best at Everything

Boys' Book: How to Be the Best at Everything

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Overview

A spiffy guide to anything and everything a boy needs to know!

How to do almost anything in one handy book.
Found yourself in a sticky situation? Inside you'll learn how to escape quicksand (p. 40), build a raft (p.41), start a survival fire (p.99), or fly a helicopter (p. 11).
Want to impress your friends? Now you can rip a phonebook in half (p. 35), hypnotize a chicken (p. 56), or read their minds (p. 73).
Boring Saturday afternoon? Not anymore when you find out how to make a waterbomb (p. 79), a boomerang (p. 95), or a volcano (p. 88).
And loads of other keen things you need to know how to do!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780545016285
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date: 09/01/2007
Series: Best at Everything Series
Pages: 128
Product dimensions: 5.12(w) x 7.75(h) x (d)
Lexile: 1040L (what's this?)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

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Boys' Book: How to Be the Best at Everything 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My son enjoys the interesting things he is learning.
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TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
Although not as comprehensive and complete as Bart King's amazing THE BIG BOOK OF BOY STUFF, this book is a good start for younger boys (and girls!) looking to impress their friends with how awesome they can be.

If you've ever wondered how to fly a helicopter, or needed to know how to avoid being eaten by a bear, or planned to show your superhuman strength by ripping a phone book in half, then THE BOYS' BOOK is for you.

This short guide (less than 120 pages) is filled with tips, tricks, hints, and helpful knowledge that anyone can use to make themselves look like a genius. Because, as you know, not everyone knows how to survive a volcanic eruption, freeze a finger, get an egg into a bottle, or send a message by semaphore.

Optimus sum. Which, by the way, means "I am the best" in Latin.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Golden Light is a delightful spiritual book. This book without doubt will help readers gain a greater understanding of the mysteries of God. The Author Jennifer Edwards inspiring stories and advice I believe comes from her loving heart. Believe me this book will help to empower readers life and help to heal the souls.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It is a small book but well worth the price. If you're a parent, get the book as a Christmas gift. I think it is a perfect gift. Way better than so popular no computer games. Your sun will find over hundred tips for things that interest him and believe me, he will be grateful. I found myself reading many passages with great interest. Also a great recommendation is a series titled 'Why some cats are rascals'
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although not as comprehensive and complete as Bart King's amazing THE BIG BOOK OF BOY STUFF, this book is a good start for younger boys (and girls!) looking to impress their friends with how awesome they can be. If you've ever wondered how to fly a helicopter, or needed to know how to avoid being eaten by a bear, or planned to show your superhuman strength by ripping a phone book in half, then THE BOYS' BOOK is for you. This short guide (less than 120 pages) is filled with tips, tricks, hints, and helpful knowledge that anyone can use to make themselves look like a genius. Because, as you know, not everyone knows how to survive a volcanic eruption, freeze a finger, get an egg into a bottle, or send a message by semaphore. Optimus sum. Which, by the way, means 'I am the best' in Latin. **Reviewed by: Jennifer Wardrip, aka 'The Genius'