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Tween Tuesday Plus a Giveaway

I have a very cool Tween Tuesday post this week: The Encyclopedia of Immaturity Volume 2

The Encyclopedia of Immaturity has been such a hit that Klutz is following up with a second book! The Encyclopedia of Immaturity Volume 2 includes thought-provoking topics such as how to slide down a banister, what we talk about when we talk about wedgies, how to send a toiletgram, and more. It’s all new and all hopelessly goofy.

This book is hilarious! There are so many great pranks-I love it! I pointed out to my husband that I had recieved this book and he picked it up and started flipping through it and laughing-so it's not just for tweens! (He's looking at it right now saying "that's cool!")

The book has a good mix of magic tricks, jokes, pranks. There are some pages that you can cut out and use, like extreme makeovers which adds goofy teeth to the bottom of your drinking glass or my favorite-grass to cover up the dog poop so it looks like you picked it up!

The Holiday's are coming and The Encyclopedia of Immaturity would make a great gift for the prankers in your life. And my loyal readers are in luck!

THREE WINNERS will recieve:

-the new release Encyclopedia of Immaturity VOL 2

-and Encyclopedia of Immaturity VOL 1

To Enter: Leave a comment below with a way to contact you (e-mail, blog) Must have a U.S. Address to ship to and be 13 or older

Contest ends November 17 at midnight Central Time. Good luck!


  1. Please enter me!

    jpetroroy at gmail dot com

  2. Those books ALWAYS sell out when I have a book fair! Enter me please!



  3. Please enter me! I would love to donate these to my library's teen section!!!


  4. I'd love to win these titles for the teens @ my library!

  5. Um, wow. I would love to get my hands on those!


  6. I'd like to enter! Thanks

  7. Still loving this feature. And I would love an entry!


  8. Count me in, this looks hilarious!!

    mmillet at gmail dot com

  9. Please enter me.

    bbricke AT yahoo DOT com

  10. I can see this book flying off the shelves in our teen room. Please enter me

  11. that sounds awesome. I need to buy those for the library. thanks for pointing them out :)

  12. How funny, I just saw the first one at the store. Please enter me, I think they'd be great! Thanks.

  13. Oh this is awesome! please enter me :D

    c (dot) beumer (at) gmail (dot) com

    or come over to

  14. I gave you a award at my blog,

    -Lindsay :D:D

  15. Sounds great! Please sign me up!

    nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

  16. These look great! Please enter me :)



  17. My students would love this!

  18. I have someone these books would make an awesome gift for. He has the perfect personality for them. Please enter me in this drawing. Thanks! Indigo

  19. Fantastic books, I would like to be entered!


  20. Fantastic books, please enter me!


  21. Sounds great! With so many guys in the family we could probably write our own book. In the meantime, I look forward to reading this one.


  22. This seems like a great book! I am a middle school

  23. Would love these! Thanks for the chance!

  24. Thanks for the entry.

    I have a giveaway linky list on fridays

  25. Sounds cool! :D


  26. My boys would love this!!

    s.mickelson at gmail dot com


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