Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook by David Borgenicht, Justin Heimberg

Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook

Written by David Borgenicht, Justin Heimberg
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Part of the Worst Case Scenario Series


Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook by David Borgenicht, Justin Heimberg

The authors of the best-selling Worst Case Scenario series return with this 'extreme' follow-up to the Junior Edition. Packed with funny, kid-friendly instructions for the most extreme situations like how to escape from a charging rhino, how to fend off a shark, how to survive if stranded on a raft at sea, and more!

About the Author

David Borgenicht has survived dozens of childhood nightmares, including the one where you wake up naked in the middle of a test you haven't studied for. He now lives a stable adult life in Philadelphia. Justin Heimberg has fended off piranhas, survived sandstorms, and battled tigers in his imagination. He lives a much less extreme real life in the suburbs of Washington, D.C.

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128 pages


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Chronicle Books

Publication date

5th September 2008



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