National Geographic,: Weird But True 3! : 300 Outrageous Facts

Weird But True 3! : 300 Outrageous Facts


Did you know that a lion's roar can be heard up to five miles away? That an astronaut's heartbeat slows down in space? That about $50 billion of Monopoly money is printed each year? Three hundred wacky facts pop from the colorful, compact pages of Weird but True! 3, an irresistible trove of facts and fun, based on the top-scoring feature in the country's premier children's magazine--National Geographic Kids. Brain-bending information entertains as it educates, covering topics such as science, animals, food, pop culture, weather, geography, and everything else under the sun. Plus, for the first time, this edition contains fun facts generated by readers! The original Weird but True book was an overnight success, selling tens of thousand of copies through bookstores in its first month on the market. The third edition is poised to follow, as it explodes with all-new facts, whimsical design, and even more eye-popping features that kids will love.

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Author: National Geographic,
Number of Pages: 40 pages
Published Date: 07 Jul 2011
Publisher: National Geographic Kids
Publication Country: Washington, DC, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781426307669
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