The Worst-case Scenario Survive-o-pedia by David BorgenichtThe Worst-case Scenario Survive-o-pedia by David Borgenicht

The Worst-case Scenario Survive-o-pedia

byDavid Borgenicht, Molly Smith, Brendan Walsh

Hardcover | August 3, 2011

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It's the best of the worst! This hardcover, full-color edition of the popular series loved by parents and kids alike serves up a wild ride through mudslides, volcanos, shark-infested oceans, menacing mountains, and more. Seventy entries are packed with illuminating facts, eye-popping photos, hilarious illustrations, must-see maps, heaps of humor, and step-by-step instructions. Readers will be armed with the knowledge and skills needed to survive anything and live to tell about it!
David Borgenicht is a writer, editor, publisher, and co-author of all the books in the Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook series. He lives in Philadelphia. Molly Smith, Brendan Walsh, and Robin Epstein, writers and experts in worst-case survival, live in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York City, respectively. Chuck Gonzales...
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Title:The Worst-case Scenario Survive-o-pediaFormat:HardcoverDimensions:144 pages, 10.38 × 8.5 × 0.63 inPublished:August 3, 2011Publisher:Chronicle BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:081187690X

ISBN - 13:9780811876902

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I have a loyal group of nonfiction readers (ages 8-10) who come into the library each week in search of The Guinness World Records. If all of the Guinness books are checked out, then they will check out The Scholastic Book of Records or The Dangerous Book for Boys. Now there's a new general knowledge book that will have reluctant readers asking for more? .The Worst Case Scenario Survive-O-Pedia would make a popular addition to the 031s (general knowledge). Beware, you'll need to starta waiting list once the kids see it!" The Nonfiction Detectives blog"