The Double Daring Book for GIrls

The Double Daring Book for GIrlsFuroshiki. Say the word and you know it means either big trouble or bigger fun. How about batiking? That couldn’t possibly be boring. Would you do scoubidou? Would you do it if someone dared you?
Sounds wild and a little dangerous, doesn’t it? Read The Double-Daring Book for Girls by Andrea J. Buchanan and Miriam Peskowitz, and find out more… if you dare.
So you’re looking for something to do on a rainy afternoon or a boring weekend. There’s nothing good on TV and you’ve played every video game in the house at least ten times. You know you’ll be put to work if you ask to go to the mall, so that’s absolutely out of the question. If you’ve got The Double-Daring Book for Girls, you’ll find plenty of awesome things to do.
Be a good sister by planning a party for a younger sibling. Learn to juggle and waltz, make paper lanterns and paper beads, and find some easy, fun games that will keep little kids happy. These ideas, by the way, could make you a very popular babysitter this summer.
If action is more to your liking, you can read about football, cricket, lacrosse and pool in this book. Oh, and be sure to memorize the part about making a rope ladder. You never know when you might need a skill like that!
Still feeling a little wild and crazy? Then get this book, because it has an entire chapter devoted to getting you out of trouble!
As a follow-up to 2007’s Daring Book for Girls, author Andrea J. Buchanan and Miriam Peskowitz have once again collected dozens of quick crafts, rules for games and popular activities, empowering history tales, fun fashions and other things girls will love knowing and knowing how to do.
Moms and grandmas might note that this book is filled with things we used to do when we were kids. Because of that nostalgia factor, although this book is meant for 8-to-15-year-olds, big girls will love it, too.
If you’re running a church group or scout troop, or if you’re just looking to bust up the B-word (bored) this year, get a copy of The Double-Daring Book for Girls. Go ahead. I dare you.