Did you know . . . The average person eats up to 430 insects a year? Dinosaurs used bad breath as a weapon? A soccer player runs about 7 miles per game? An ear of corn always has an even number of rows? Want to perplex your parents and flabbergast your friends with the who, what, where, why, how, and qyuck!q about the world we live in? Then you need this all-in-one collection of the weirdest, most fascinating, and sometimes just icky truths out there! You will gasp, gag, and giggle at facts about: Sports and famous athletes Animals at home and in the wild Science and chemistry Bugs and other creepy crawlies Dinosaurs and dragons Planets and the sun Featuring factoids and experiments about almost everything under the sun, this book is perfect for curious kids who won't be satisfied with ordinary truths--after all, the stranger the better!Cajuns have a distinctive dialect of French, and also a distinctive culture, including their world-famous Cajun cooking. This food is heavy on the use of such Louisiana staples as rice and seafood, and is heavily spiced. Some Cajun ... Then more than likely you have eaten Fun intermountain west Facts an Idaho potato, because Idaho Do you know about Old Faithful, the world-famous Yellowstone geyser?
|Title||:||The Everything KIDS' Book of Outrageous Facts|
|Author||:||Beth L. Blair|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2011-10-15|