All of this changes when a surprise announcement brings the Project Kids back together in a two-school competition to build the best Halloween display. Armed with Vampires, Goblins, Zombies, Ghosts and the lessons they learned on their previous adventure, it seems like there is no way they can lose!
This book builds on the Project Management concepts learned in The Ultimate Tree House Project, with a few more key lessons to help them handle more complex projects. Forced to handle constant changes, near-disasters and an immovable deadline, it is going to take their very best to get their project completed on time. Join the Project Kids as they embark on their bravest adventure yet – to build the Scariest Haunted House – Ever. The kids get started on the project and soon learn that it is not just Haunted Houses that can be scary!
About the author
Gary M. Nelson, PMP (Gazza) is a Project Manager and father of three boys. Gary has worked on projects in New Zealand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, the US and Canada since 1989. He is also the author of Gazza’s Guide to Practical Project Management, which uses experience-based stories for grown-up children (i.e. adults) to share project lessons.
Gary’s first children’s book was The Ultimate Tree House Project (Project Kids Adventures Series #1).