Comes with: 410 pages of infinite wisdom
The "world's most complete guide on how to never grow up" could be trusted to no one but the editors of Klutz, bringers of countless kits and books aimed spot-on at getting kids to amuse themselves, learn something and have a great time. The Encyclopedia of Immaturity is a must-have reference: a whopping 400-plus pages of invaluable how-tos guaranteed to reduce your mental and emotional age. Learn, for example, how to fake a concussion in study hall, how to whistle with your fingers, how to make a soda explode several feet into the air and how to play tunes on a telephone keypad. Low-tech and hands-on, the handy hardbound spiral format is also hands-free, meaning the book remains open while kids try to spin a basketball on one finger, play Cat's Cradle with a buddy or practice smashing a grape through their own head. In a high-tech, overscheduled world, a kid might need a bit of help just to be a kid. With entries ranging from obnoxious, funny, cool, clever, weird, to just plain gross, The Encyclopedia of Immaturity is a one-size-fits-all solution.