HarperCollins The Dangerous Book for Boys

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They say knowledge gives you a dangerous edge - and you'll believe it when you read Conn and Hal Iggulden's Dangerous Book for Boys. Everything you could want your son, grandson, nephew, or favorite little neighbor-boy to know, starting with essential gear in the first chapter to books every boy should read is carefully cataloged for the young tyke's reference. He'll have access to history lessons, how-to's on knot tying, Navajo code talking, and crystal making, and even that most daunting subject: girls.

- Mountain Gear

The Dangerous Book for Boys shows boys, including grown up ones, how to have fun with hand-made projects & games, and with adventurous thought & ideas. It tells how to build go-carts, tree houses, electromagnets, and slingshots; how to identify insects & spiders; how to make the world's best paper airplanes; making a bow & arrow; skimming stones; and more. This book recaptures Sunday afternoons, stimulates curiosity, and makes for great father-son interaction. Oh and there's a whole bit about camping and the outdoors too. So if you still let your boys have fun, this book will show them the way to a glorious childhood.Chapters include;Essential GearThe Greatest Paper Airplane in the WorldBuilding a TreehouseCloud FormationsThe Golden Age of PiracyA Simple ElectrmagnetThe MoonInsects and Spiders (yay)Girls And moreAuthor - Conn Iggulden, Hal IgguldenBinding - HardPages - 270Publisher - CollinsYear - 2007ISBN - 9780061243585

- Campmor

HarperCollins The Dangerous Book for Boys

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The HarperCollins The Dangerous Book for Boys is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 16, 2014 at Mountain Gear.

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