The Boys' Book 2 How to be the Best at Everything Again by Martin Oliver
  

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The Boys' Book 2 How to be the Best at Everything Again by Martin Oliver

Here at last is the follow up to the best-selling Boys' Book - a book that no boy should be without. Hours of serious fun are guaranteed. Including: How to make your own flag and start your own country, how to escape from an angry bull, how to walk a tightrope, how to make an igloo out of sugar, how to putt perfectly, how to make a top secret safe, how to celebrate scoring a goal, how to make a lava lamp, how to ride a camel, how to do a rain dance, how to write a righteous rap, how to make your own letter seal, how to abseil, how to fall like a stuntman and how to dam a river.

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This great little book will delight kids everywhere - especially the big ones. With handy tips on everything from how to skid your bike to how to survive a terrible haircut or recognize deadly snakes, it's a fab stocking filler for any self respecting lad Teeside Evening Gazette

About the Author

Since starting his career as an author, Martin Oliver has written over 20 books for children covering subjects as wide-ranging as pirates, pharaohs and puzzle adventures. He's also written two titles in the popular Knowledge series, Dead Dinosaurs and Groovy Movies (Scholastic Publishing) Martin lives in Teddington, near London, with his wife, Andrea, and their two daughters, Katie and Isabelle. The Boys Book 2 is his first title for Buster books.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
128 pages
Interest Age: From 8

Author

Martin Oliver
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Publisher

Buster Books an imprint of Michael O'Mara Books Ltd

Publication date

18th September 2008

ISBN

9781906082338


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