Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook by David Borgenicht
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Vampires, zombies, aliens, mummies, dragons. Yes, even the weird, unexplained, and other-worldly need to be survived! The authors of the best-selling Worst-Case Scenario series are back with a hilarious (and helpful!) handbook that's a blast through space, time, history, and the imagination. Find out how to survive a Mars landing, fight a werewolf, deal with a Bigfoot sighting, outwit a leprechaun, prepare for time travel, and more. Peppered with historical and scientific facts, this book will amaze, amuse, and delight. Kids will get the scoop on how to handle the weirdest situations Worst-Case Scenario-style!
 

About David Borgenicht

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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 with his family. Hena Khan has written numerous books, including The Worst-Case Scenario Ultimate Adventure: Mars. She lives in Maryland. Ed Stafford spent 859 days walking the entire 4,000-mile length of the Amazon River. He lives in London, England. Yancey Labat has illustrated many books for children. He lives in Ithaca, New York.
 
Published July 1, 2010 by Chronicle Books LLC. 130 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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A bit of literary gossamer if ever there was one, the latest of the Worst-Case Scenario Handbooks offers perfunctory advice for readers unfortunate enough to be kidnapped by aliens, attacked by mummies, ghosts, vampires or zombies ("Don't get cornered"), transported to ancient Rome or prehistoric...

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Their delivery evinces a calm precision that even the most worried traveler will find reassuring if faced with one or more of these eventualities, such as trying to escape when tied up ("When your captives start binding you, expand your body as much as possible") or encountering an extraterrestri...

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Filled with cheeky but practical solutions to just about any problem a college student could face, this slender volume opens with an ominous warning:""when a life is imperiled or a dire situation is at hand, safe alternatives may not exist."" Nonetheless, many of the situations it tackles are far...

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Thus, in this volume--based on the assumption that we spend""so much time in the work environment that the odds are staggering that something is going to go wrong while you are there""--the authors provide precise instructions on how to survive working in a cubicle, being trapped in a bathroom or...

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The unstoppable Piven and Borgenicht are at it again, producing another in the seemingly endless series of ""Worst-Case Scenario"" books.

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How to read The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Travel -- (1) Admit that you probably won't have to navigate a minefield while vacationing in Acapulco or escape a riot at Disney World.

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