The Little Know-How Book: Everything You Need to Know to Get by in Life from Changing a Tire to Figuring a Tip to Tying Your Shoes
Scher explains with humor and clarity how to perform more than 70 of life's basic skills from advice on how to water houseplants, program your VCR, and tie your shoes so they won't come undone, to more serious advice on how to change a tire, build a fire, and jumpstart a car, among others. Includes illustrations, instructions, and general how-to laws.
Try this search over all volumes: employees
Results 1-0 of 0
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Wrote this Book
How to Move
Three Vital Ways to Preserve Your Back
29 other sections not shown
actually Basic Plugs BIG DIPPER birds brake car-hand Clove Hitch constellations cooking course cue ball dead car decimal defense DIPPER easier English everything example fact forward car fraction front fuse gear Granny Knot grill Half-Hitch hammer hand heat holes how-to-do-it important inch inside iron joke kind kite knife lamp plug lever light line of scrimmage look loop lug wrench means method move nail never nuts object ball offense okay opposite Optional Overhand Knot packing paint pedal person piece plant pocket pocket billiards pull pulse rear remember remove roll rope screw screwdriver serial comma shirt shoes side someone space Square Knot stars tell things tight end tool turn unscrew usually W. S. Gilbert washer weird wheel wide receiver wind wine wires word wrap wrench