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That's Deadly

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Overview

Put on your suit of armor and grab your bear spray because it's time to explore the deadly side of things. This is the perfect book for curious boys and girls who want the real scoop on predators, natural disasters, and dangerous jobs.


That's Deadly! takes you on a journey to explore all of the things in this world that can put your life in jeopardy. From spewing volcanoes to ferocious predators, you'll find tons of fascinating facts that will keep you lying awake at night wondering what exactly might be lurking under your bed. Can't sort fact from fiction? Don't worry, we've layered in playful reality checks so kids know the actual peril possibility factor (PPF) is far less than perceived (as long as you steer clear of certain situations!). With beautiful photographs, humorous text, and fun and funky design, think of it as the almanac of danger.

Details

  • Ages 8-12
  • Softcover
  • 176 pages; 330 color photographs
  • 6" x 9"
  • © 2015

Author Bio

Crispin Boyer is a veteran NG Kids writer, with 10 books and dozens of Kids magazine articles to his name. His ability to combine wit with impeccable research and apply it to high kid interest topics makes him a hot commodity in the children's books market. He lives in Mexico.

In the Press

"Aside from being a fun read well suited to browsers and reluctant readers, the book provides practice for the critical-reading skills required to get the most out of nonfiction, including making comparisons, reading captions, and contextualizing unfamiliar words." – Booklist

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