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by Ralph Retcher,Betty Lou Poo
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  • Author:
    Ralph Retcher,Betty Lou Poo
  • ISBN:
    1579907520
  • ISBN13:
    978-1579907525
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Lark Books (September 1, 2005)
  • Pages:
    112 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Activities Crafts & Games
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  • FB2 format
    1160 kb
  • ePUB format
    1457 kb
  • DJVU format
    1821 kb
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    624
  • Formats:
    lrf azw lit doc


Now youngsters can indulge their lust for the foul with 50 wonderfully repulsive projects (illustrated in color for that extra POW!). The repellent journey starts with the sti New in Paper.

Now youngsters can indulge their lust for the foul with 50 wonderfully repulsive projects (illustrated in color for that extra POW!). Kids absolutely love everything nasty and disgusting; it's especially fun when their enthusiasm for the "ick factor" drives parents, teachers, and any adult in sight to distraction. Now youngsters can indulge their lust for the foul with 50 wonderfully repulsive projects (illustrated in color for that extra POW!).

50 Nasty Projects to Disgust Your Friends and Repulse Your Family. New in Paper Kids absolutely love everything nasty and disgusting; it's especially fun when their enthusiasm for the "ick factor" drives parents, teachers, and any adult in sight to distraction. Now youngsters can indulge their lust for the foul with 50 wonderfully repulsive projects (illustrated in color for that extra POW! ). The repellent journey starts with the stinky, scaly, slimy side of the human body.

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LOCATION: 79. RHA. This book presents a collection of fifty experiments and activities of "gross" things to do or make, to learn about the science of the human body, including fake blood, roadkill roast, and slime games. Taken on May 6, 2014. Some rights reserved.

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50 Nasty Projects to Disgust Your Friends & Repulse Your Family. Use this delightfully disgusting colle. Grossology Program, including a Jeopardy Game with gross trivia and bruise & scab making workshops. Stem Science Science Experiments Kids Science For Kids Science Projects Teaching Science Science Ideas First Grade Science Middle School Science Science Programs. This is sooooo middle school! This one is for a very special girl in my house.

A collection of fifty experiments and activities for "awesomely gross" things to do or make, including fake blood, roadkill roast, and slime games.

Gross Me Out! 50 Nasty Projects to Disgust Your Friends & Repulse Your Family. by Ralph Retcher, Betty Lou Poo. Published May 28, 2004 by Lark Books. There's no description for this book yet.

New in PaperKids absolutely love everything nasty and disgusting; it's especially fun when their enthusiasm for the "ick factor" drives parents, teachers, and any adult in sight to distraction. Now youngsters can indulge their lust for the foul with 50 wonderfully repulsive projects (illustrated in color for that extra POW!). The repellent journey starts with the stinky, scaly, slimy side of the human body. Children will meet the critters that live under their skin and fingernails, learn what causes those embarrassing sounds and smells, and make (very convincing) fake blood to throw Mom into a panic. They'll cook up impressively scary gangrene fingers from marzipan; whip up "booger bath," and grow a gross mold garden. To end this salute to the truly nauseating, there is a special "You're Gross and You're Proud!" celebration.

Zonama
For $3.18, I wasn't sure what to expect but when these books arrived, I was over the moon. In fact, we loved the content so much that we decided to host a "gross" themed 9th birthday party for our son. We will be buying 20 more to use as party favors!
Nidora
My 10 year old granddaughter loved the book! It really has some gross, yet fun recipes you can make, tons of gross facts and not your everyday book! It's fun and gross! Get it for your son or daughter or your grandchild. It's shocking
Fun!!
Billy Granson
I used this books ideas for a Gross Out Party... LOADS of fun! Kids had a blast and it was really really gross! You don't have to use ALL the ideas as there are plenty to choose from. Great reference book for a family with boys who naturally like gross things.
Anarus
Got a kick out of the bios of the writers. They seem like a bunch of fun people - have to be to write such a book. I know the kids will be trying some of the recipes and experiments.
Mavegar
10 year old grandson loved it
Dawncrusher
As the illustrator of this book, I got to read the gross facts, projects, and recipes before anyone else. And I'll admit, my first thought was, "Man...this stuff really IS gross." However, being a guy, it was easy to regress back to when I was about 8 years old - when being able to tell someone a gross fact or show them something gross instantly made you king of the playground. I tried to keep an 8-year old's mindset when sketching the art for the book, and there are certain illustrations that made me laugh when I finished them. My favorite? It's hard to say, but I love the one of the baby bunny eating his own poo. (Yes, they do that. And it's actually a cute drawing, if you can believe it.)

But getting back to the review... my wife and I made a couple of the recipes for a newspaper article, and they turned out well. The Toe Jam Dip with Apple Toes is actually really good, and great for kids' birthday parties. Personally, I enjoyed reading the gross historical and biological facts, and I think most kids would find those interesting. But let me warn you...this book is for 8-12 year olds, and it talks about "farts" and poo and burps pretty often. So if those words are no-nos in your house, you might want to avoid this book. However, if your kid is looking for something to amuse him or herself, and they enjoy gross things, this is a great book to get. And I hope they like the illustrations.