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The Dangerous Book for Boys

Conn Iggulden; Hal Iggulden / Jamie Glover Conn Iggulden
If ever there was an audiobook to make you switch off your television set ‘The Dangerous Book for Boys’ is it. Packed with fascinating facts and tantalising trivia. Includes an introduction read by Conn Iggulden.Now available as a digital download.How many other books will help you identify cloud formations list the seven wonders of the world and recite the best quotations from Shakespeare? The Dangerous Book for Boys gives you facts and figures at your fingertips - find out the five poems every boy should know learn about famous battles and read inspiring stories of incredible courage and bravery. There's a whole world out there: with this audiobook anyone can get out and explore it.The Dangerous Book for Boys is written with the verve and passion that readers of Conn Iggulden's number one bestselling novels have come to expect. This book his first non-fiction work has been written with his brother as a celebration of the long summers of their youth and as a compendium of information so vital to men of all ages.Chapters in The Dangerous Book for Boys include: The Seven Ancient Wonders of the World Famous Battles Extraordinary Stories A Brief History of Artillery Sampling Shakespeare Patron Saints of Britain Five Poems Every Boy Should Know The British Empire Questions About the World Latin Phrases Every Boy Should Know and The Origin of Words.This award-winning masterpiece by Conn Iggulden a top author is not just a bestseller but a treasure trove of knowledge humour and adventure. It's a Sunday Times bestselling book that has been both long-listed and short-listed for numerous prizes reflecting its immense popularity and quality.For fans of Geraint Jones (Brothers in Arms)

  • Published by HarperCollins UK
  • Fiction/Non-FictionNon Fiction
  • Genre General NonFiction
  • Target Audience Children
  • Released 16th July 2007
  • Duration 01 Hrs. 19 Mins.
  • ISBN 9780007266982