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Weird But True 9 Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-15 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:1426328931
LANGUAGE:English

" Had some interesting information. My nephew and I had some fun discussions and we researched a few of the things that they mentioned. Nice starting points to get some good discussion going. " said.

" Some of these are so unbelievable I had to look them up to verify. Like, are there really decomposing wasps inside the figs we eat? Yes, yes there are. And I want to visit the spot where the US-Canada border runs through the middle of a library. " said.

" This small book is filled with 300 "weird but true" facts which are accompanied by color photos. Many of these facts are about animals - I love animals!Pages 40-41. "Some birds 'talk' to their unhatched eggs.""Dogs can understand human speech.""Goats communicate with humans by staring at them."Page 22. "Gorillas sometimes sing happy songs when they eat."Did you know that we have "smell receptors" in our lungs? p. 189 " said.

" Genre: Non-fiction, journalism, biographyAges: 5 and UpTwin-Text: The Big Book of HowI paired both books together because the books give facts that children most likely would like to know. The books both contain different topics, such as facts about: animals, people, history, places and the biology of the human body. The books bring information that children most likely do not know because it is not something that is talked about in school or at home. " said.

" Had some interesting information. My nephew and I had some fun discussions and we researched a few of the things that they mentioned. Nice starting points to get some good discussion going. " said.

" This small book is filled with 300 "weird but true" facts which are accompanied by color photos. Many of these facts are about animals - I love animals!Pages 40-41. "Some birds 'talk' to their unhatched eggs.""Dogs can understand human speech.""Goats communicate with humans by staring at them."Page 22. "Gorillas sometimes sing happy songs when they eat."Did you know that we have "smell receptors" in our lungs? p. 189 " said.

" Genre: Non-fiction, journalism, biographyAges: 5 and UpTwin-Text: The Big Book of HowI paired both books together because the books give facts that children most likely would like to know. The books both contain different topics, such as facts about: animals, people, history, places and the biology of the human body. The books bring information that children most likely do not know because it is not something that is talked about in school or at home. " said.

" Had some interesting information. My nephew and I had some fun discussions and we researched a few of the things that they mentioned. Nice starting points to get some good discussion going. " said.

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