Chill: Discover the Cool (and Creative) Side of Your Fridge

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Kids Can Press Ltd, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
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Did you know that a refrigerator has the power to make your spare time more interesting and families more functional? A fridge can also give kids a sense of artistic accomplishment - and even help them make some extra cash. They can also use the fridge to horrify siblings and brainwash parents! Chill is an interactive guide for kids to make their family fridge the most cool and creative in the universe. This colorfully illustrated book, full of comic-strip sections, cool factoids and out-there fridge psychology, includes a history of refrigeration, instructions on how to create special-occasion fridges, 101 things to put on your fridge, the Five Taboo Fridge Behaviors, how to create a fridge art consulting business, crafts, quizzes and games and more. Chill will keep the whole family coming back to the refrigerator again and again - and not just to rummage for snacks.

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Does the world really need a book on how to put things on your fridge? Apparently, yes. A little better than half this book is on creating "themes" to decorate the fridge (birthdays, holidays, horror ... Read full review

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Allan Peterkin is the author of several books on unusual topics for adults like the history of beards and moustaches.

Mike currently works as an animation director at Corus Entertainment in Toronto, and has directed a number of award-winning children's shows. A show he worked on called Mike the Knight has won an international Emmy.

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