Danger is Everywhere

(4 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Puffin

Review

Just like this book says, danger is everywhere. Even in places where you might not expect there to be danger. Like wherever you are sitting while reading this book review.

Don't worry, though, because Docter Noel Zone (yes, Docter) is an experienced Dangerologist and is here to help you.

In this handy handbook, he will show you how to answer important questions like: 'Is my teacher actually a vampire?' Or: 'Is my cat actually a tiger?' There are also lots of tips on avoiding danger in your daily life, such as when visiting the supermarket or having a birthday party (you definitely don't want to mess with the banana leopards, for example).

This is a fun and very funny book written in a graphic style, with lots of pictures and silly diagrams to help explain the dangers.

Oh, and by the way: beware the Page 9 scorpion…

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