Imagine that you’re lost in a jungle after a shipwreck. How will you survive and take care of yourself? How will you wrestle alligators, fight a shark or perform CPR on your drowned friend?
You don’t know how? Well, it’s never too late to learn. The 500 Things You Should Know Book is an indispensable hands-on reference material to help you learn as much as you can about many different diverse (and sometimes bizarre) subjects.
In the world we live in, every single piece of knowledge is useful and you can never tell whether something you learnt to do with the instructions in the 500 Things You Should Know Book might be important to you someday.
The book contains step-by-step instructions on how to do different kinds of things with pictures, graphics, and infographics to help you every step of the way.
Written by Lauren Smith and Derek Fagerstrom, the book is designed like an instructional guide book teaching many interesting yet somewhat bizarre topics (like how to dress up like a zombie, how to hug a hedgehog, etc).
Even though you would probably turn to Google before this book when you need to learn how to do something, that doesn’t devalue this book in the least! The book only features 500 things but it is a very interesting read that anyone can enjoy a good laugh with.
Visually Appealing Graphics
Besides the catchy cover, the 500 Things You Should Know Book is designed with gorgeous and visually appealing pictures, graphics, and infographics. And to further help readers enjoy the book, the well-illustrated instructions and how-tos are carefully arranged by type or category.
You can buy one for yourself and an extra copy or more to keep in your emergency gift-giving stash. The book can be given to almost anybody on any number of occasions.
For example, you can give this to someone as a housewarming present since it contains a number of DIY instructions. You can also give it to a teenager as a high school or college graduation gift since teenagers and young adults can learn a lot from it.