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National Geographic Kids Weird but True!: Ripped from the Headlines: Real-life Stories You Have to Read to Believe Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-16 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 9 user ratings
ISBN:1426315147
LANGUAGE:English

" great book of weird but fun facts for children! " said.

" Bright and colorful, this book will attract the eye for those reluctant readers who love strange tales. Broken into eight chapters (plus an index and credits), the book focuses on headlines, animals, inventions, food, science, travel, sports and culture. Teens interested in just one or two particular sections can hone in on those, or they can flip through the book and read whatever catches their eye. The book is full of large, colorful photographs with a description describing the particular incident. The text isn’t too intimidating, and the chapters are laid out well and include trivia about something related to the topic. The cover is cute - bright orange with the title in large letters with a few photos (including banana dog!). The book isn’t too long - about 176 pages. But it reads very quickly because of the large amount of photos. " said.

" It had really cool facts that i wouldn't think is true if someone told me. It told me things like how the world's largest pizza used 10 tons of dough, 5 tons of tomato sauce, 8,800 pounds of mozzarella, and 275 pounds pf parmesan cheese. I would have guessed that in a million years. It is a really interesting and jaw dropping book. It has really clear pictures and explains the facts really well. I recommend this book, for all ages. " said.

" great book of weird but fun facts for children! " said.

" Bright and colorful, this book will attract the eye for those reluctant readers who love strange tales. Broken into eight chapters (plus an index and credits), the book focuses on headlines, animals, inventions, food, science, travel, sports and culture. Teens interested in just one or two particular sections can hone in on those, or they can flip through the book and read whatever catches their eye. The book is full of large, colorful photographs with a description describing the particular incident. The text isn’t too intimidating, and the chapters are laid out well and include trivia about something related to the topic. The cover is cute - bright orange with the title in large letters with a few photos (including banana dog!). The book isn’t too long - about 176 pages. But it reads very quickly because of the large amount of photos. " said.

" It had really cool facts that i wouldn't think is true if someone told me. It told me things like how the world's largest pizza used 10 tons of dough, 5 tons of tomato sauce, 8,800 pounds of mozzarella, and 275 pounds pf parmesan cheese. I would have guessed that in a million years. It is a really interesting and jaw dropping book. It has really clear pictures and explains the facts really well. I recommend this book, for all ages. " said.

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