Unsinkable: How To Build Plywood Pontoons And Longtail Boat Motors Out Of Scrap by RobnoxiousUnsinkable: How To Build Plywood Pontoons And Longtail Boat Motors Out Of Scrap by Robnoxious

Unsinkable: How To Build Plywood Pontoons And Longtail Boat Motors Out Of Scrap

byRobnoxious

Paperback | November 11, 2012

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There's nothing like a good adventure story! Pair that with a how-to manual and you've got gold. Robnoxious' new book,Unsinkable: How to build Plywood Pontoons and Longtail Motor Boats Out of Scrap, is both the story of his trip down the Missouri River on a homemade boat and how to do so yourself! Here the author ofShut Up and Love the Rain, Awesome Future, andThe Strange Voyage of the Leona Joyce brings a little slice of Huck Finn to 2012 as he and friends take to the Big Muddy in their unsinkable, ever-ready craft The Snowball. Watch as Rob and Co. encounter wild rednecks and Lord of the Flies-esque river islands, sublime sunsets and deathly storms. It's an exciting rollercoaster of a ride but Rob's front-of-book schematics make it seem totally possible for the lay person. Rob's adventure story/DIY guide combo-punch brings a lot to the table and you'll be carting this tome around 'til it and you are waterlogged and sunbaked!
Rob Sutter is a cartoonist and the author ofAwesome Future, Shut Up and Love the Rain, The Strange Voyage of the Leona Joyce, andUnsinkable. He lives in Minneapolis, MN.
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Title:Unsinkable: How To Build Plywood Pontoons And Longtail Boat Motors Out Of ScrapFormat:PaperbackDimensions:72 pages, 6.75 × 5.38 × 0.17 inPublished:November 11, 2012Publisher:Microcosm PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1934620521

ISBN - 13:9781934620526

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"[Unsinkable] will set off the sparks of creativity, and you may very well find yourself plotting your own river voyage when you've finished this book." —www.VerbicideMagazine.com