The Most Dangerous Book: An Illustrated Introduction to Archery
Follow the lively history of archery from 4500 BC to the present. Bow and arrow designs from around the world are highlighted, complete with captivating stories that will keep kids engaged. Who wouldn’t want to learn about deadly stone arrowheads used by Native Americans, or the whistling Kabura-ya that helped Japanese Samurai signal each other on the battlefield? Rich, historical anecdotes are accompanied by fun illustrations to spark their imaginations. And the best part? The book itself folds out to become a fully functioning bow, complete with paper arrows that punch out of the pages! Score major points with the kiddies – this weapon of mass instruction’s a total bullseye!