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The Pocket Guide to Mischief Book Review

The Pocket Guide to Mischief Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Apr 18, 2008
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Kidzworld reviews Bart Kings Pocket Guide to Mischief.

Author: Bart King

Sure, you're the best prankster since Bart Simpson, but everyone can use a little help sometimes. The Pocket Guide to Mischief promises that it contains everything you need to pull the perfect prank and everything you need to beg forgiveness afterward. Can it live up to the hype?

Let There Be Mischief!

The Pocket Guide to Mischief is broken down into tons of different mischief categories like sports, food, duels and more. In fact, we learn pretty quickly that there are a millions ways to punk your friends and enemies. You just need a little [KWLINK ]imagination[/KWLINK]. There's also trivia about prankster presidents, famous tricks, and pranks gone wrong.

Mischievous Trivia

Not only is this a book about pranks you can play yourself, it also features tons of pranking trivia, quotes, and even a quiz. You'll find out what crazy stunt George Clooney once pulled, what professional soccer player once scored three goals against his own side in one game, and about Spain's poop sculptures.


The Bottom Line

The Pocket Guide to Mischief is full of tons of tricks and pranks that will keep you laughing well into your college years, but try not to take it too literally. Sure, there are lots of pranks and mischief-making ideas that will give you a chuckle, but if you're endlessly putting Icy-Hot on toilet seats and telling waiters that your "water is diluted", you're going to be writing your own Pocket Guide to Friendlessness pretty darn soon.


Rating:3


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