Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction
It’s office warfare and you need to defend your desktop. Lucky for you, Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction by toy designer John Austin provides step-by-step instructions for making 35 cubicle-protecting devices, including catapults, mini-bombs, darts, trebuchets, combustion shooters, slingshots and more. Bring a few items from home and raid your company’s office supply cabinet for binder clips, rubber bands and ballpoint pens. Before you know it, you’ll have everything you need to build an impressive stockpile of weapons to help you assert dominion over your personal space. Just don’t ambush your boss with a trebuchet built from paper clips or it could get ugly at your annual review.
The IdeaBuild a variety of non-violent weapons from household items.
The BrainsUse fine motor skills to perfect each weapon.
The A-HaBuild up your arsenal for ultimate homemade warfare.
The Brain Coach Says
Did someone take your lunch out of the office 'fridge again? It's time to exact your revenge, and Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction will give you a full range of tiny artillery to get the job done.
|publisher||Chicago Review Press|
very good i love it
Perfect little ideas made of such simple and common items
Why in this day and age would someone sell anything that encourages creating weapons of mass destruction???? Even if the toy itself is innocent. This should be illegal.
this book is awesome
I saw this book when I first walked into Marbles The Brain Store and fell in love with it. I am a girl so that's unusual. I hope to get it soon, but it's a little overpriced. I think $12.99 would be better.