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My Weird School Fast Facts: Space, Humans, and Farts Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-07-28 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:006230626X
LANGUAGE:English

" Great fun facts, humorous and good silly jokes. " said.

"MY WEIRD SCHOOL FAST FACTS: SPACE, HUMANS, AND FARTS makes learning more interesting and fun. Using the weird-but-true theme is perfect to spark the intrigue in children and make them want to read this. It contains so many facts that everyone is bound to learn something new.

This book talks about the solar system, planets, matter, scientific equipment and machines, humans, and animals. There's even this one: when you sneeze, your mucus will move more than a hundred miles an hour. The additional weird, but factual element is brought in when they fully discuss pee, poop, and farts.

I really enjoyed the humor in this book that brings a twist to learning. There's also a chapter on famous scientists and weird facts about them. I even thought the bad science jokes were a great addition, like "What do you do with a dead chemist? Barium."


Final Verdict: Overall, I was very impressed with the amount of information packed into this one book. It's the perfect addition for ages six and up who are eager for some good, funny facts.
" said.

" Great fun facts, humorous and good silly jokes. " said.

"MY WEIRD SCHOOL FAST FACTS: SPACE, HUMANS, AND FARTS makes learning more interesting and fun. Using the weird-but-true theme is perfect to spark the intrigue in children and make them want to read this. It contains so many facts that everyone is bound to learn something new.

This book talks about the solar system, planets, matter, scientific equipment and machines, humans, and animals. There's even this one: when you sneeze, your mucus will move more than a hundred miles an hour. The additional weird, but factual element is brought in when they fully discuss pee, poop, and farts.

I really enjoyed the humor in this book that brings a twist to learning. There's also a chapter on famous scientists and weird facts about them. I even thought the bad science jokes were a great addition, like "What do you do with a dead chemist? Barium."


Final Verdict: Overall, I was very impressed with the amount of information packed into this one book. It's the perfect addition for ages six and up who are eager for some good, funny facts.
" said.

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