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simply the best,
This review is from: The Boys' Book: How to be the Best at Everything (Hardcover)
I must admit that when I bought this book it was to qualify for free delivery. However, it is probably the best book I have read in a very long time. The instruction provided is just fantastic for boys of any age. (I'm 37.) I could not put it down. Its simple, informative style has given me the (probably misplaced) confidence to try to do some unusual, crazy things. Having read this book I now feel more self confident and cannot wait to train my first parrot, fly my first helicopter, and (re)start to annoy my siblings in ways I previously could not imagine.
An excellent read which I would recommend to everyone (except girls, obviously).
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Initial post: 16 Jan 2008 16:45:32 GMT
which is better, this or the dangerous book for boys? (I'm 12 years old)
In reply to an earlier post on 27 Nov 2012 18:06:36 GMT
My (almost) twelve yr old says the 'How to be best at everything' was the best of the two- then had a quick rethink and added that he couldn't decide- the best at everything covers all sorts of things and because everyone's different there's something in there for everyone. The Dangerous Book For Boys, he says, is full of really cool stuff- survival etc!
Just spotted that the 12 yr old who posted this question must now be almost seventeen! Hope this is helpful to people anyway- my son delves into them both regularly & loves them!
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