A Boy's Guide to Life: The Complete Instructions
Priscilla Turner, Susan Pohlmann
Planet Dexter, Dec 1, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 208 pages
When you're a kid, the world can be a baffling and mysterious place. But who wants to listen to grown-ups explaining how best to cope with and make the most out of life's challenges. No one! So, we've put together advise, hints, games, and hard-won expertise from hundreds of kids across America. Take a peek inside, and you'll find advise on everything from snow forts to housebreaking a puppy, including: - Essential social skills, such as how to introduce people, what to say to a grieving friend, great excuses for not doing your homework (!), and the basics of hygiene - Things to keep you busy outdoors - rules to football and baseball, how to make a putting green or build a fort, eveb emergency bike repair - Personal skills, like how to earn and save moneym tie a tie, how to shortsheet a bed (!)...all the basics stuff kids need to know! - Indoor activities, from kids' top 10 favorite movies to indoor games that won't break the furniture. This is the ultimate handbook for boys who will be boys.
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