Lonely Planet understands travellers. They know that we travel in order to see things that we’ve never seen before, and that make us feel a sense of awe...
The folks at Lonely Planet have dedicated their lives to equipping us with the information we need to plan an overseas trip, or embark on an adventure, and now they are offering advice on deal with any challenge, in How To Survive Anything
With playful and funny illustrations throughout by Rob Dobi, How To Survive Anything
is a visual guide to laughing in the face of adversity. The challenges range from the extreme to the ordinary, the mundane and to the mortifying, and include situations like surviving an earthquake and zombie attack, coping with a toddler's tantrum, bumping into your ex, and more.
This hilarious book will undoubtedly have you in stitches from start to finish, so be sure to bring it along to your friend's place and read it aloud, or crack it open next time you're feeling a little blue (there's tips for surviving melancholia inside, too).
How to Survive Anything features:
- Hardcover – 223 pages.
- Lonely Planet’s visual guide to overcoming challenges, ranging from the extreme to the ordinary, mundane and embarrassing.
- Offers advice on how to survive anything, including an earthquake, rip current, a blind date and more.
- Playful and funny illustrations throughout by Rob Dobi.
Dimensions: 18.5cm x 18.5cm.