Boredom Blasters: Brain Bogglers, Awesome Activities, Cool Comics, Tasty Treats, and More...

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Maple Tree Press, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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This delightful treasury of games, jokes, magic tricks, optical illusions, word and number puzzles, comic strips, facts, recipes, crafts, and activities is 160 pages of guaranteed fun! Boredom Blasters delivers hours and hours of entertainment for young readers. The perfect size for tossing into a backpack, Boredom Blasters gives readers a broad range of things to do with their heads or their hands, alone, or out loud with friends or family. The ingenious contemporary design and lighthearted tone of the writing will instantly grab readers’ attention. They’ll be hooked: challenging themselves with brilliant brain teasers, exploring the world through mind-boggling facts, trying their hand at making tasty treats, performing astounding magic tricks, and other amusing activities, or building friendships and laughing with their pals through wacky games and silly storytimes. Kids will be puzzling, baking, cutting and pasting, laughing, thinking, and sharing in their own world of fun created with Boredom Blasters!

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User Review  - ParneetKaire - LibraryThing

You bored at any case? Well, I think it's time to take that boredom away and doing something fun. Here is the book," Boredom Blasters", where you can read this book and trying out different activities ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

HELAINE BECKER has published in many children'sgenres, from humorous verse to educational textbooks. Her knack for blendinghumor and education into a satisfying package that both delights and informs isrecognized by critics and booksellers across North America. Her award-winningbooks include Boredom Blasters, Secret Agent Y.O.U., and Science on the Loose.Originally from New York, she lives in Toronto with her husband and two sons 

CLAUDIA DÁVILA was born in Chile and raised inToronto, where she studied Fine Arts at York University. She is now a freelancedesigner, illustrator, and graphic artist and used to be the art director ofchickaDEE and Chirp magazines. She lives in Toronto with her daughter andhusband, fellow illustrator Michael Cho.

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