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The Resource The boys' book : how to be the best at everything, written by Dominique Enright and Guy Macdonald ; illustrated by Nikalas Catlow

The boys' book : how to be the best at everything, written by Dominique Enright and Guy Macdonald ; illustrated by Nikalas Catlow

Label
The boys' book : how to be the best at everything
Title
The boys' book
Title remainder
how to be the best at everything
Statement of responsibility
written by Dominique Enright and Guy Macdonald ; illustrated by Nikalas Catlow
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Enright, Dominique
Dewey number
790.1/94
Index
no index present
LC call number
GV1204.997
LC item number
.E57 2007
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1975-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Taffy St. George McScot
  • Catlow, Nikalas
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Boys
  • Amusements
Label
The boys' book : how to be the best at everything, written by Dominique Enright and Guy Macdonald ; illustrated by Nikalas Catlow
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
How to do an ollie -- How to fly a helicopter -- How to perform a card trick -- How to survive in space -- How to lose your head -- How to make a one-sided circle -- How to fight off a crocodile -- How to swim freestyle -- How to play a blade of grass -- How to be a VIP -- How to tie three essential knots -- How to avoid being eaten by a bear -- How to play the toilet paper roll -- How to spook your family -- How to give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation -- How to fool your friends with toothpicks -- How to eat in a fancy restaurant -- How to serve like a Wimbledon champion -- How to get rid of hiccups -- How to mummify an ancient Egyptian -- How to rip a phone book in half -- How to race stick boats -- How to see through your hand -- How to write a quick poem -- How to get out of quicksand -- How to make a simple raft -- How to teach a parakeet to talk -- How to hoot with your hands -- How to speak in code -- How to make a balloon dog -- How to build a campfire -- How to tie a tie -- How to annoy your brothers and sisters -- How to take a penalty kick -- how to hypnotize a chicken -- How to treat stings -- How to climb a palm tree -- How to be first off the starting block -- How to play a trick on the whole class -- How to write a secret message -- How to read a compass -- How to fall without hurting yourself--much -- How to pop a wheelie -- How to take the best photos -- How to tie a knot without letting go of the ends -- How to survive a volcanic eruption -- How to juggle -- How to read someone's mind -- How to save the world -- How to make a squealer -- How to repair a flat tire -- How to make a water bomb -- How to tell if a person is lying -- How to do a cartwheel -- How to write a letter -- How to bunny hop -- How to shake off a tail -- How to lasso like a cowboy -- How to make a volcano -- How to find orion -- How to bend it like beckham -- How to make a water clock -- How to freeze a finger -- How to stump a know-it-all -- How to be a math master -- How to warm up your feet -- How to climb a rope -- How to make a boomerang -- How to dowse for water -- How to take a jump shot -- How to make fire -- How to speed-read -- How to survive an earthquake -- How to locate a thunderstorm -- How to make a paper airplane -- How to row a boat -- How to tell which way is north -- How to get an egg into a bottle -- How to tie a knot with one hand -- How to ride a unicycle -- How to draw a cartoon -- How to write a limerick -- How to milk a cow -- How to dribble a basketball -- How to keep people in suspense -- How to keep a secret journal -- How to prove you're not bigheaded -- How to send a message by semaphore -- How to find fossils and treasure -- How to test your telepathic powers -- How to be the best all around the world
Control code
ocn123390962
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
First American edition, September 2007.
Extent
118 pages ;
Isbn
9780545016285
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2007015598
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
The boys' book : how to be the best at everything, written by Dominique Enright and Guy Macdonald ; illustrated by Nikalas Catlow
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
How to do an ollie -- How to fly a helicopter -- How to perform a card trick -- How to survive in space -- How to lose your head -- How to make a one-sided circle -- How to fight off a crocodile -- How to swim freestyle -- How to play a blade of grass -- How to be a VIP -- How to tie three essential knots -- How to avoid being eaten by a bear -- How to play the toilet paper roll -- How to spook your family -- How to give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation -- How to fool your friends with toothpicks -- How to eat in a fancy restaurant -- How to serve like a Wimbledon champion -- How to get rid of hiccups -- How to mummify an ancient Egyptian -- How to rip a phone book in half -- How to race stick boats -- How to see through your hand -- How to write a quick poem -- How to get out of quicksand -- How to make a simple raft -- How to teach a parakeet to talk -- How to hoot with your hands -- How to speak in code -- How to make a balloon dog -- How to build a campfire -- How to tie a tie -- How to annoy your brothers and sisters -- How to take a penalty kick -- how to hypnotize a chicken -- How to treat stings -- How to climb a palm tree -- How to be first off the starting block -- How to play a trick on the whole class -- How to write a secret message -- How to read a compass -- How to fall without hurting yourself--much -- How to pop a wheelie -- How to take the best photos -- How to tie a knot without letting go of the ends -- How to survive a volcanic eruption -- How to juggle -- How to read someone's mind -- How to save the world -- How to make a squealer -- How to repair a flat tire -- How to make a water bomb -- How to tell if a person is lying -- How to do a cartwheel -- How to write a letter -- How to bunny hop -- How to shake off a tail -- How to lasso like a cowboy -- How to make a volcano -- How to find orion -- How to bend it like beckham -- How to make a water clock -- How to freeze a finger -- How to stump a know-it-all -- How to be a math master -- How to warm up your feet -- How to climb a rope -- How to make a boomerang -- How to dowse for water -- How to take a jump shot -- How to make fire -- How to speed-read -- How to survive an earthquake -- How to locate a thunderstorm -- How to make a paper airplane -- How to row a boat -- How to tell which way is north -- How to get an egg into a bottle -- How to tie a knot with one hand -- How to ride a unicycle -- How to draw a cartoon -- How to write a limerick -- How to milk a cow -- How to dribble a basketball -- How to keep people in suspense -- How to keep a secret journal -- How to prove you're not bigheaded -- How to send a message by semaphore -- How to find fossils and treasure -- How to test your telepathic powers -- How to be the best all around the world
Control code
ocn123390962
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
First American edition, September 2007.
Extent
118 pages ;
Isbn
9780545016285
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2007015598
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations

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