The Adventurous Boy's Handbook

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Skyhorse Pub., 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 196 pages
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Stephen and Finn Brennan, father and son, know what's really fun for boys of all ages. "The Adventurous Boy's Handbook" is filled with idea, explanations, and instructions for games, sports, and activities ranging from stargazing, baseball, and animal tracking to sign language, magic and archaeology.
Included in this invaluable book: step-by-step guides to pitching a tent, building an ice-yacht, shooting a bow and arrow, and fending off a shark attack. "The Adventurous Boy's Handbook" promises endless days and nights filled with orienteering, cowboying, sailing, and so much more. No boy should leave home without it!

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About the author (2008)

Stephen Brennan has worked as a circus clown, book editor, teacher, cabaret artist, actor, director, shepherd, and playwright. He lives in New York, New York, and Woodstock, New York. Finn Brennan is in first grade. His interests include fishing, rocks, and bugs. He lives in New York, New York, and Woodstock, New York.

Finn Brennan is in grade school and his interests are fishing, rocks, and bugs.

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