Bad advice: what not to do, even if you really want!

Bad advice

 

When Gregory Oster released his first “Bad Advice”, they became an absolute hit among all groups of people of all ages. The tremendous ease of his anti-receptions and the wit of “harmful” poems, on the one hand, gave a lot of fun and positive to readers, and on the other hand, they allowed children to get through to places where direct requests had no effect. The author did not confine himself to one book and only a children's audience, continuing the series.

The idea of ​​witty ridicule of important and not very problems turned out to be close to many readers.


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