The Dangerous Book for Boys Yearbook

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HarperCollins, 2007 - Calendars - 330 pages
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Packed with historical facts, seasonal activities and space to note your own adventures, €~The Dangerous Book for Boys Yearbook' will keep men and boys busy from January to DecemberStuffed with seasonal activities to do with your friends: when is conker season? Which mushrooms are poisonous and which are safe to eat? Where can I roll giant cheeses and why? What is flounder tramping and do I really want to do it?Packed with useful historical facts to impress your friends: on what day was Isambard Kingdom Brunel born? When was the land speed record last broken and by whom? When were the Crown Jewels nearly stolen and how?And, on top of Conn and Hal Iggulden's fascinating and fun facts, there is space for you to add your own notes: when did you spot your first robin this year? Do you have a top tip for building the biggest and the best snowman? And is there a piece of family wisdom that you want to remember and treasure?Written with all the verve and wit that readers of €~The Dangerous Book for Boys' have come to love, and designed in the same beautiful packaging, it is a book to treasure €" and to use again and again.

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Conn Iggulden is a British fiction writer, born in 1971. He studied at English at the University of London. Iggulden headed the English Department at St. Gregory's Roman Catholic School in London and taught English there for seven years. He left teaching to write his first novel, The Gates of Rome. Iggulden has also co-authored the #1 New York Times bestseller, "The Dangerous Book for Boys". His title Trinity is the second of the series of books covering the Wars of the Roses, when the English noble families were at war with each other. Book 4, Ravenspur: Rise of the Tudors, was released in May 2

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