Synopses & Reviews
Would you like to have your leg chopped off without anesthetic? Or attend a party with no music? Or brush your teeth with a stick? The odds are, probably not.
Perhaps its time you marveled at the sheer brilliance of inventions. How did we ever end up with:
Morse code? X-rays? Toilet paper?
In this book, you will discover 101 of the most interesting, most dangerous, and most unnecessary inventions out there. Make something, invent something, or just impress your friends with your increased knowledge about where all those crazy contraptions came from.
WARNING: Increased braininess may be only temporary.
About the Author
Richard Horne is a designer of books, album covers, and magazines, and the author of 101 Things to Do Before Youre Old and Boring, 101 Things You Need to Know . . . and Some You Dont! and the bestselling 101 Things to Do Before You Die. A self-confessed risk taker and left-hander, he lives in London, England. Visit him at www.101thingstodobook.com
Tracey Turner is a former editor, and is the author of many non-fiction books for children, including Disgusting Dictionary and titles for the Dead Famous series. Tracey lives in Bath, England.