The Boys' Book of Survival Review


Hello parents and grandparents!  Welcome to The Boys' Book of Survival Review; another resource guide designed to help our son(s) or grandson(s) develop their  life skills for boys.

If you have never visited my site, then you should know that I have a son; and for all of you parents and grandparents out there who are continuously challenged as I am, we do what we can to accommodate for our son's and grandson's development and enjoyment.  You should also know that I never review a product that I would not purchase myself on behalf of my son.  I have read the reviews from customers who have read this book so that I may better help you to make the right decision.

An entertaining book for boys designed to capture your son's or grandson's attention – and keep it!

Quick Overview:

  • The Good: Reluctant readers – no problem!
  • The Bad: Not a true survival guide

My Overall Take: Parents and grandparents that are looking for good books for raising boys should seriously take a look at The Boys' Book of Survival as it presents a wide variety of topics that will teach your son(s) or grandson(s)  how to do things using step-by-step, easy to read and understand instructions, along with illustrations.  Additionally, an off-the-wall assortment of scenarios are randomly placed throughout this book, all designed to spark imagination and promote problem solving.

The Good:

A great reference guide for boys that would be ideal for your son(s) or grandson(s) as it is loved by all, those who use it, and those parents and grandparents who get a good feeling inside, scoring a success!  For those of you who have sons or grandsons who do not like to read, this book just might be your answer as many parents in similar situations agree that this book really grabs their son’s attention.  Also, this might just be because many parents and grandparents find this book to be humorous to the point of funny.  Finally, an assortment of many subjects with short chapters are provided to help our son(s) or grandson(s) grow into well rounded young men.

The Bad:

The books name “The Boys' Book of Survival (How to Survive Anything, Anywhere)” may be a bit deceiving as this is not a true to life survival guide that can teach your son(s) or grandson(s) how to survive in the wild.  If you're intending on giving this as a gift – beware that there is a price sticker on the back cover that cannot be removed without damaging the book.

 

Some of the things you can expect to encounter in this book:

  1. How to survive a zombie invasion
  2. How to be a good leader
  3. How to use a compass
  4. How to plan expeditions
  5. How to track a wild animal
  6. How to survive a pimple
  7. How to build an igloo
  8. How to survive a school dance
  9. How to tie knots
  10. How to make a survival pack
  11. How to survive an alien Invasion
  12. How to escape from a rhino
  13. How to survive Christmas dinner with the family
  14. How to survive a tornado
  15. How to survive a long road trip
  16. How to land an airplane
  17. How to escape from a car underwater
  18. How to survive a shopping expedition
  19. How to build a shelter
  20. How survive a first date
  21. How to survive a haunting
  22. How to survive a jailbreak
  23. How to make a dugout canoe

The Good:

  • Loved by all
  • Reluctant readers – no problem!
  • Funny
  • Diversified subjects – short chapters

The Bad:

  • Not a true survival guide
  • Price Sticker

My Overall Take:

The vast majority of parents and grandparents agree that this book presents good information which teaches valuable practical skills, and a lot that just makes for good reading and entertainment, which is mainly what this “Book of Survival” is all about - do not expect a true survival guide that you could hand over to your son(s) or grandson(s), and let them run free.  What else can I say - it is loved and recommended by many of your peers that have experienced its wondrous effects upon their sons and grandsons.

Visit Amazon directly to see what parents and grandparents are saying about this wonderful book.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read The Boys' Book of Survival Review and I look forward to helping you out again and again in the future.

Regards,

Larry