Spilled drinks, accidentally swallowing gum, being out of toilet paper... Have you encountered such "crises"? It turns out, many people have too! Laugh it off first and then find a solution together with this hilarious book documenting silly "oops" moments in our lives!
This Crisis Encyclopedia categorizes various unexpected situations a young reader might encounter in everyday life, arranges them on a crisis index of 1 to 100, with the probability represented by stars (★★★★★).
Through exaggerated and hilarious illustrations and prose, it outlines "crisis management methods", presents other similar situations, details the possible chain reaction events, and provides a multifaceted view on how to address various "crises".
Life is full of small blunders.
For a young child, these seemingly small things can feel catastrophic! Award-winning author-illustrator Noritake Suzuki masterfully gathers these everyday mishaps and studies them. He draws each unexpected situation in hilarious detail, and takes readers through analyzing the situation through an objective lens.
Through the spirit of "research", young readers learn to examine unexpected situations objectively, and practice our ability to adapt and handle the various crises that come our way!
Hardcover | 48 pages | 18.2 x 20.6cm
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