How To Do Nothing With Nobody All Alone By Yourself
This is a book to free your kid from video games for a few hours, a handbook on the avoidance of boredom, a primer on the uses of solitude, a child's declaration of independence.
If you don't remember how to make a spool tank, what to do with an old umbrella, whether "pennies" come before or after "spank the baby" in mumbly-peg, or how to make rubber-band guns, slings, or clamshell bracelets, it's OK because Robert Paul Smith has collected all of this and more in How to Do Nothing. It's a book for kids, but parents are not prohibited from reading it.
Read an excerpt.
Robert Paul Smith / Elinor Goulding Smith (illustrator)
Tin House Books
5.5 x 8.5
March 1, 2010
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