You’ve heard of Bear Grylls and James Bond, right? Well they have nothing on ever-resourceful spy Ruby Redfort. For this year’s World Book Day, Lauren Child (creator of Ruby Redfort and Clarice Bean) wrote Hang in There Bozo: The Ruby Redfort Emergency Survival Guide for Some Tricky Predicaments. It’s the cheapest and most accessible survival guide you’ll ever read.
Ruby Redfort: secret agent, detective, thirteen-year-old kid. And now… survival expert.
It’s not always possible to skip around smelling roses, ’cos sometimes you’re too busy gripping onto the cliff edge by your fingernails. But 99 times out of 100 it’s worth hanging in there bozo: just as things can get worse so too can they get a whole lot better. In this handy pocket-sized book, Ruby will give you the low-down on how to survive a whole bunch of tricky situations. So long as you keep a cool head, buster, you can make it out of there alive …
Hang in There Bozo is the ultimate survival guide, packed with tips and tricks from Ruby Redfort herself. If you you’d like to know how to survive in the wild, but can’t stand Bear Grylls, you need to read this book, written in Ruby’s unique voice. If you’ve read any of Lauren Child’s Ruby Redfort books you’ll know that Ruby likes to use the words ‘bozo’ and ‘buster’ a lot, and there are rules that she lives by. This is all here in this book, along with heaps of really great survival tips like:
- How to stay calm in a life-and-death situation
- How to make a fire and find water
- How to navigate using the stars or a compass
- What to do if you’re lost in the desert or marooned at sea
- How to charm a snake – ‘Don’t even go there buster’
- What to do if you should meet a bear – ‘Wish you hadn’t’
- Dealing with individuals who you know are dangerously dull
The best thing about this book is that it’s pocket sized so you can take it everywhere (especially when you go camping) and it’s only $4.99. It has to be the cheapest, but most awesome, survival guide ever!
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Yay! Thankyou!! 🙂