13 Days of Halloween Books Day 5: Mischief

We're at Day 5 of our 13 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN BOOKS countdown!

5 days down and only 8 more to go until Mischief Night!

And speaking of mischief, here's a fun read for your pranksters out there...
Note: We do not approve of or condone prankery (especially at school) and if you tell anyone you heard about this book from the library we will deny its very existence *wink wink*

Sir John Hargrave's Mischief Makers Manual by Sir John Hargrave

"This is the definitive guide to pranking and mayhem. Written in the style of a training manual, but with hilarious illustrations, this book is broken up into five sections:

The “Basics” shows how to find a pranking partner and how to pull simple pranks like making crank calls. 

“Prank Moves” explains how to pull pranks at places like home, school, or camp. 

“Do-It-Yourself” demonstrates things like putting a real worm inside an ice cube. 

“Experts Only” covers such advanced pranks as how to fake an alien landing. 

And “Recipes” gives step-by-step instructions on how to bake tuna cookies."

I'm just going to come right out and say that tuna cookies sound ridiculously gross. But I guess that's the whole point of a prank, right?!

Just remember: pranks can be fun, just make sure you're doing it safely (for example... it wouldn't be wise to put peanut butter in someone's soup if they're deathly allergic to nuts. That's how you end up in court. Just throwin' that out there.)

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