I built this rocket today in school, as part as work. I love building things from cardboard: rockets, tree houses, etc etc. I built the smaller one earlier at home-it was really fiddly! The little spaceman is attached to the bigger rocket, I called him Billy-I had to think of the randomness name possible!
My dad had forgotten what day it was today, so he was pleasantly surprised when me and my brother gave him our cards. As you can see, we made them ourselves….
Have a great all you dads-especially mine. 🙂
I’m calling this a “non-book review” because it’s not really a proper review, I’m just saying how Epical this book is and how anyone, any age can have so much fun out of it.
Does that count as a review?
Anyway, “Wreck this Journal”(by Kerl Smith) isn’t a story, fiction OR non-fiction, it’s just instructions of how to…wreck that journal. Yes, literally. Here’s a extract, “MAKE A SUDDEN, DESTRUCTIVE, UNPREDICTABLE MOVEMENT WITH THE JOURNAL.” Another, “DRUM ON THIS PAGE WITH PENCILS.” One more, “FIND A WAY TO WEAR THE JOURNAL.” See a theme?
On each page there is a sentence of instructions that you have to follow. After a day of wrecking, your neat, thin inviting journal ends up as smelly, lumpy, bulging, crumpled…mess. But with ages of entertainment and loose rules, I highly recommend this creative book to anyone who gets told, “You should look after your books more!” and anyone who says that to others.
Quick-of to WHSmiths…and enjoy! 🙂