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Danger Is Everywhere
ISBN: 9780316299305
Author: Zone, Noel, Dr./ O'doherty, David/ Judge, Chris (I
Publisher: Little Brown & Co
Published: October 2014
Retail: $12.99    OUR PRICE: $2.99
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Binding Type: Hardcover
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Annotation: This fully illustrated, totally wacky handbook is about an everyman who is afraid of everything! Dr. Noel Zone, the greatest (and only) dangerologist in the world, is ready to teach readers how to avoid danger at all costs--from sneaky snakes posing as toothbrushes, to sharks hiding in toilets, to robots disguised as kindly grandmas. After all, DANGER IS EVERYWHERE, and we need to be prepared!

With art on every page, this hilarious and truly creative handbook will have readers laughing out loud (very safely) from start to finish.
Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Juvenile Fiction | Humorous Stories
Library of Congress Subjects:
Accidents; Prevention; Juvenile humor.
Safety education; Juvenile humor.
Wit and humor, Juvenile.
Dewey: 828/.9202
LCCN: 2014946052
Academic/Grade Level: Grade 4-6, Age 9-11
Book type: Juvenile Fiction
Target Grade: 4-6
Grade level: 4-6
Physical Information: 1.00" H x 100.00" L x 6.25" W
Bargain Category: Upper Elementary, Middle School
 
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.
Reviewed by Horn Book Guide Reviews (Horn Book Guide Reviews 2015 Spring)
Dr. Noel Zone is an expert on avoiding danger, and he conveys ludicrously "helpful" advice, such as how to determine if your granny is actually a robot in disguise and how to avoid Vikings who may be impersonating folk musicians. O'Doherty's zany ideas are laugh-out-loud funny, but less adept readers may get a bit lost as the book jumps from topic to topic.