Kid Confidential

Kid Confidential

An Insider's Guide to Grown-ups

Book - 2012
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Explores the strangest and most mysterious facets of adult life with humourous black-and-white illustrations, tongue-in-cheek sidebars, and tips for some good-natured trickery throughout.
Publisher: New York : Walker & Co., c2012.
ISBN: 9780802786432
Characteristics: 149 pages :,illustrations ;,21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Storms, Patricia - Illustrator


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SPL_Childrens May 10, 2012

It’s important for kids to understand adults – and that’s the purpose of this tongue-in-cheek insider’s “guide” to grown-ups, written for kids.
Let’s face it – adults have several advantages over kids. They’re bigger. They’re more experienced. They don’t have classes, teachers, homework and studying (usually). They get to make decisions … and they can embarrass their children without even trying!
How can kids get the “upper hand”?
Enter Kids Confidential. Young people can learn all there is to know about the characteristics, strange habits and mysterious behaviour of adults at home and elsewhere. They’ll learn to identify the various types and subtypes of adults, learn how they got that way, and discover “diabolical tactics and tricky strategies that will help to level the playing field between kids and adults”.
Kids will also learn the answers to puzzling questions such as “Why do adults drink coffee?”, “Why do grown-ups laugh even at jokes that don’t make any sense?”, “Why do parents always ask you “How was school today?” and “What do teachers really talk about in the teachers’ lounge?” They’ll discover the secrets and meanings of “adultspeak” - surely one of the most mysterious languages in the world.
What are some of the things that are almost certain to make adults roll their eyes, leave the room or “blow their stack”? Kid Confidential doesn’t fail to include this essential information.
Young readers will thoroughly enjoy Monte Montgomery’s hilarious, kid-empowering guide to the complex and mysterious world of adulthood. (If you’re lucky, they might even share it with the adults in their life!)

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