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How to Survive Anything: Shark Attack, Lightning, Embarrassing Parents, Pop Quizzes, and Other Perilous Situations (How to survive anything)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | How to Survive Anything: Shark Attack, Lightning, Embarrassing Parents, Pop Quizzes, and Other Perilous Situations (How to survive anything).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Rachel Buchholz(Author) National Geographic Kids(Author)

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Let's face it. With school pressures, social pressures, parental pressures…the teenage years are tough. Your best friend is with you one day, dating your crush the next. But it could be worse! You could be face-to-face with an angry grizzly, or chest-deep in quicksand. Never fear, National Geographic has the solution!

In this hilariously informative take on surviving the trials of middle school and the jungles of South America, we combine our expertise on nature and adventure with the fun-and-learning approach of our Nat Geo style…and voila, the perfect advice to conquer any obstacle, whether it threatens life or social status or both. Edgy, young, authoritative, and amusingly illustrated, this title will grab the attention of young teens and gift-buyers alike.

Rachel Buchholz is the executive editor of National Geographic Kids and National Geographic Little Kids magazines in Washington, DC. In her more than 15 years of editing, she has found some of the world's most amazing stories about animals. She is the author of the Children's Choice-nominated book How to Survive Anything: Shark Attack, Lightning, Embarrassing Parents, Pop Quizzes, and Other Perilous Situations and a former editor at Boys' Life magazine in Dallas.

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  • By C.Denny on 7 April 2017

    Rather old fashioned looking. Strange matt paper. Don't think my 10 yr old nephew is going to be "easily encouraged" off the iPad, to look at this. Thought it was going to be light hearted & amusing- that said, it is full of genuine practical tips!

  • By Lau on 21 October 2015

    My son loves this. We read a chap eye at bedtime and he can tell me the facts the next day. It covers surviving the Internet, being the new kid at school, friend hails as well as various weather or animal attacks. A good subtle way of talking about sensitive primary school / teenage issues. it's written in very American way and has lost of references to American sports etc but that hasn't spoilt it for my son.

  • By TonkLover on 2 January 2016

    I bought this for my 14 year old son. Having read the reviews I thought he would love it. The front of the book gives an indication of what will be covered (as you can see from the image of the book), these are things I thought would interest him. However, when the book arrived, it is aimed at a younger age demographic. I would have thought 8-10 year olds. Each section starts of with a cartoon picture, of the right and wrong way to handle each situation. The descriptions that follow are quite basic and obvious. It's a nice book, for a younger child would be great.

  • By Eleanor on 7 July 2013

    Bought as a birthday present for a 14 year old boy. He did say that it was very funny, high praise indeed.

  • By Caz on 27 October 2016

    It's obviously American, amusing for youngsters. OK but a bit overpriced.

  • By twotontessie on 30 January 2017

    Present and they dived in straight away!

  • By Guest on 4 January 2017

    Really good book.

  • By Flylegs on 22 December 2015

    This was a gift for my Granson so I am hoping he will like it.


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