100% Pure Fake: Gross Out Your Friends and Family with 25 Great Special Effects! by Lyn Thomas100% Pure Fake: Gross Out Your Friends and Family with 25 Great Special Effects! by Lyn Thomas

100% Pure Fake: Gross Out Your Friends and Family with 25 Great Special Effects!

byLyn Thomas

Paperback | September 1, 2012

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Parents, beware of this book. With 100% Pure Fake, the art of scaring the pants off friends and family reaches new levels of ease and sophistication. Pranksters can now amaze, alarm and totally disgust everyone with these easy-to-make Pure Fakes.

These 25 safe, kid-tested recipes that can be made with ingredients found in most households, including corn syrup, rolled oats, makeup and pasta. Other ingredients, such as school glue, food coloring, tempera paint and gelatin, are widely available in grocery or craft stores.

Each project is presented with step-by-step instructions and includes warnings for allergy and mess alerts, non-edible and edible projects, and when kids should get adult help.

A few 100% Pure Fakes:

Rotting Skin
? Eggs, oats and other ingredients give kids a putridly convincing case of rotting skin.

S'not Snot
? Gelatin, food coloring and other ingredients create slimy matter dripping from noses... 100% pure disgusting.

Chocolate Milk Spill
? White school glue, brown tempera paint and other ingredients make a life-like spill that will deceive and annoy to the max!
Title:100% Pure Fake: Gross Out Your Friends and Family with 25 Great Special Effects!Format:PaperbackDimensions:48 pages, 8 × 8 × 0.25 inPublished:September 1, 2012Publisher:Kids Can PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1554539315

ISBN - 13:9781554539314

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Vomitrocious Reviewed by Grade Three student Marcell M. This book was vomitrocious because it had edible vomit, edible (human) poo (obviously fake). It was pretty easy to read, but I was glad I got through it! When I saw extremely disgusting pictures in it, I covered them with my hand while I read the pages. I wouldn't really recommend it to anybody, because of the awfully disgusting pictures and fake things you could make (to gross out other people!)
Date published: 2011-04-18

Editorial Reviews

With its sassy text, goofy cartoons, and enticing color grossout photos, this is a must-have that's bound to be returned with the sticky evidence of success. Multiple copies would be a wise investment.-Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books