100 Most Dangerous Things on the Planet
Written by Anna Claybourne
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This fascinating ultimate survival handbook will teach you how to survive the world's most dangerous situations ranging from plane crashes and avalanches to jelly fish stings and snake bites. It even gives a top tip on how best to survive each of the 100 most dangerous things. The reality is that most of these things will never happen to you but if you'd read this book and knew what to do if it did happen then chances are you'd live to tell the tale!!
Shortlisted for the 2009 Blue Peter Award for ‘the best book with facts’.
100 Most Dangerous Things on the Planet by Anna Claybourne
From natural disasters and wild weather, to getting lost in the wild and fighting off dangerous animals, readers learn the skills needed to combat 100 real life dramas and how likely they are to survive each encounter!
'If you like your fact books with added danger thrown in, this is the one for you.'
About the Author
More books by Anna Claybourne
A & C Black Publishers Ltd
10th June 2008
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