Quick Picks from CMCL

July 3, 2014

Kid’s Corner: Add a Dash of Daring to Your Summer!

Filed under: Books, Kid's Corner, Kids — Tags: , , , , — jennytf @ 8:00 am

bearandtentpolaroid1Most adults have probably forgotten that summer is the best time for kids to finally be able to focus on things like how to make a go-cart; dog tricks; spy codes and ciphers; handclap games; lemonade stand recipes; how to build a campfire; rope knots; how to train a falcon; how to make a quick exit; how to tell a campfire story and how to get home using nature’s clues. Here are some books that inspire fun summertime adventures and help kids achieve their innermost wishes- ranging from the scientific to the fanciful.  -Wendy

A Young Scientist’s Guide to Defying Disasters with Skill and Daring by James Doyle; illustrations by Andrew Brozyna

A Young Scientist’s Guide to Faulty Freaks of Nature: including 20 experiments for the sink, bathtub and backyard by James Doyle; illustrations by Andrew Brozyna

The Boys’ Book of Adventure: are you ready to face the challenge? (Scholastic)

The Dangerous Book for Boys by Conn Iggulden and Hal Iggulden

The Daring Book for Girls by Andrea J. Buchanan, Miriam Peskowitz ; illustrations by Alexis Seabrook

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