Presenting all-new, brain-bending facts and eye-popping illustrations on science, animals, food, space, pop culture, geography and everything else imaginable. Did you know lemons can power light bulbs, or that some goats can climb trees? Find 300 more outrageous and unbelievable facts like these in fifth installment of the Weird But True! series.
My son loves these books,they are a great way to get kids to read. My one dissapointment was that the details say the book is hard cover and it's a paperback!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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