Amazing books, The Encyclopedia Of Immaturity Volume 2 Author Klutz This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book The Encyclopedia Of Immaturity Volume 2, Essay By Klutz Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please read And Make A Refission For You Are you a kid in no hurry to grow up Or an adult who wishes he she was still a kid Then this is the book for you This book has ALL kinds of crazy activities or shenanigans as it says on the cover Here is just a short list of possible fun Air Guitar Dog Couture Frozen Underapnts How to Bark Like a Dog How to Fake a Cold How to Make a Lasso How to Make Bird Poop How to Play the Spoons Make a Juice Box Straw Rocket Slappy Games History of Flip Flop Mail World s Funniest Joke and MUCH MUCH MUCH Some of the activities don t need anything special, some come with what you need in the book and others you have to find things around your house There are quick and easy activities and longer ones that need practice before you show others I m not sure about a few of them though, ones I wouldn t want my child trying to do but they really are pretty much harmless However each parent is different with what they are okay with so I suggest checking this book out in a store if you are unsure so you can see exactly what they d be getting first.
Actually, I have Volume 1, but that s not in the database for some reason If you have a young boy, buy this book They will laugh uproariously and it will spike a streak of creativity that might surprise you Or embarrass you Such are boys.
This book is great for people who loves jokes and are still immature Want to find out how to insult in medival language How to make pickled elf bottoms An unsolvable card trick that befuddles even the greates of scientests Or are you just the type that loves to mess and joke around Well then, this is the book for you read it for another child hood L O L.
If you re considering buying this for your child, I would think twice if you don t want your kid getting into trouble This is filled with practical jokes, jokes, and recipes for trouble such as making straw launchers out of your lunch, kick me signs, and gluing coins to a sidewalk If you don t approve of these fantastic stunts, don t buy it for your children.
The fact that there is no Publisher s Summary, but rather a description of the product should be a tip off to the reader to not take this book too seriously When we published The Encyclopedia of Immaturity in 2007, we knew it would make a great gift for someone s nephew And, sure enough, people gave it to their nephews but also to their grandparents, brothers in law and accountants Soon we were flooded with letters, e mails and calls sharing one common theme More More More So here s a second helping of skills, activities, and secret knowledge suitable only for those whose maturity stopped developing around the age of 12 In addition to thought provoking topics like What We Talk About When We Talk About Wedgies, the book includes detailed directions for how to fake a cold, slide down a banister, balance a ping pong ball on your nose, send a toiletgram, throw a sloshie, and It s all new and all hopelessly goofy You can imagine our delight as we looked over the sales figures for the first volume of this encyclopedia For years we ve felt like the only kids at the grown up table Now it turns out the world is populated by a lot people who are lot less mature than they look Well, duh The status of the class is the first routine I do to kick off my reader s workshop each day This is a time when I check in with each student and note the title of the book and page number they are currently on Taking the place of a reading log, this has proven to be a powerful indication of the amount of reading spent at home each night, and a wonderful resource to track growth In the past few months, I have noticed the title of this book being read with wild abandon, and I didn t even have one copy of it in our classroom library I was thrilled when I saw the second volume in one of the Scholastic book orders last month, and quickly ordered it using my bonus points.
War and Peace this book is not, but it certainly provides a wonderful romp through the ridiculous Full of hilarious ways to garner wanted or unwanted attention, play harmless pranks on classmates or family members, and general information for the young at heart, I found myself literally guffawing on several occasions In fact, my own tween son was reading next to me last night and saw my absolute delight in the book, and is now earmarking several pages to try out on his friends in the coming weeks This series of silliness makes a point for all reading teachers that nonfiction need not be as dry as toast I feel sure my readers will be thrilled to see this one on our shelves Favorite shenanigans Give Mom a Diamond Ring p 4 in which the reader follows SIX pages of step by step directions in order to fold a one dollar bill in the form of a ring, and insert a dime in the middle.
Ten Things You re Not Supposed To Know p 134 Now, don t you want to know them How To Make Pickled Elf Bottoms p 168 Guffawing ensued when I saw how to make these Bobbing For Strawberries 188 I am hoping my oldest son does not try to recreate this one with his brothers