For Boys Only: The Biggest, Baddest Book Ever

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Macmillan, Nov 27, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 157 pages
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Hey, Boys!

Want to have some fun? Maybe learn how to land an airplane in an emergency? Or fight off an alligator? Escape from being tied up? How about taking a ride on one of America’s scariest roller coasters? Learn how to make fake blood or turn a real bone into a pretzel. What if you could find out how to identify some of the world’s most horrifying creatures? Or learn the secret of making a blockbuster movie? What about guessing the top 11 greatest moments in sports history? Find buried treasure? And once you’ve found the treasure, find out just how much it would cost you to buy one of the world’s most expensive cars.

You’ll find all this—and much more—over 250 pages of the biggest, baddest, and best information on just about everything. Plus we’ve placed a special, mind-bending, solve-the-code puzzle on random pages throughout the book that will lead you to a really cool solution! Now, that’s fun!

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Review: For Boys Only: The Biggest, Baddest Book Ever

User Review  - Jadan - Goodreads

This was a great book it was very educational. It taught me many things from what are some myths in different countries to who won in different battles. It is a remarkable book and i would recommend it for everyone who can read. Read full review

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User Review  - Nasyir Cuza - Goodreads

This book has no character, plot or problems basically this book is informational. Read full review


Reader Before You Start This Book Stop Right Here 9 Supercars 10
Snacks in America 18 How to Land
Collect Fingerprints 46 Dental Evi
Amazing ComebackUpsetRefusetoLose 66 Best Individual Performance 68 Dates
Who Would Win? Vikings vs Pirates 88 Crushing
Moon Man Facts 116 Road to the Red Planet 117 Space Distances 118 Cool Things
Diseases You Definitely Dont Want to Get 153 The Biggest ManMade Things on Planet

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About the author (2007)

Marc Aronson is an author, editor, publisher, speaker, historian, and book producer. His mission is to inspire young people to ask questions, to look around, behind, and inside of the stories the world tells us. He writes a monthly column for School Library Journal on nonfiction for younger readers, and frequently speaks about boys and reading. Marc's books have been awarded the Robert F. Sibert Award for the best in children's nonfiction and selected as a New York Times Notable Book and a School Library Journal best book. In 2006, he was given the ALAN Award by NCTE for service to teenagers, and was named the local spokesman for the History Channel's Save Our History program. He lives with his wife and two sons in Maplewood, New Jersey.

H. P. Newquist has authored more than a dozen books for both children and adults, including the critically acclaimed The Great Brain Book (Scholastic, 2005). To prepare for this book, Mr. Newquist went scuba diving with sharks in Australia, climbed the Great Pyramid in Egypt, drove some really fast cars, learned a few magic tricks, and read more books than he can count.

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