Synopses & Reviews
Whether you plan on spending your life playing sports, serving clients, running businesses, or flying to the moon, there are certain things that everyone just has to know how to do: unjamming a jar, for instance, fixing a flat tire, and removing a particularly embarrassing stain. They may seem simple in retrospect, but you donand#8217;t have to turn all your laundry pink more than once before you learn that itand#8217;s best just to get things right the first time. The How-To Handbook
packs over 50 essential life skills into one handy reference book, and uses dozens of illustrations to show readers the very best ways to:
- Thread a needle
- Pitch a tent
- Tie a tie
- Treat a bee sting
- Chop an onionand#8230;and much, much more!
and#8220;When you canand#8217;t ask Mom or Dad how to do something or to do it for you, this may be the ideal book to have handy. . .A useful guide to handling everyday tasks and problems.and#8221; and#8212;Kirkus Reviews
Now you, too, can survive anything, anywhere!
Lost in the desert? Stuck in quicksand? Confronted by a man-eating tiger? Trapped at a school dance? Fear not, brave reader! With this essential survival guide, you'll find a way to get yourself out of every imaginable predicament, whether it's an avalanche or a zombie invasion!
How to survive anything all in one handy book! Inside you'll find out how to treat a snakebite, send an SOS message, track an animal, make a map, and build a ladder. Find out how to survive a school dance, a shopping trip with your mom, a pop quiz, and a shark attack!
This handy reference guide is full of tips and tricks that every teen needs to know, from how to unstick chewing gum to how to treat a burn.
About the Author
Martin Oliver writes for children and lives in the United Kingdom.Alexandra Johnson writes for children and lives in the United Kingdom.