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What would you look like if you had elephant ears, and would you be able to fly like Dumbo? Learn about animal ears and your own. Or check out the feet, hair, nose or teeth, which are other books in the series.
You may need a strong stomach for this book as Andrew is prepared to try any food, however bizarre, at least once. Are you as brave?
These may be well-known animals but they all have something special and unusual about them. Find out what in this book.
Warped world maps full of unique and weird data. Check this book out over the holidays and then surprise your friends (and teachers) with some unusual facts.
Tony Robinson combines jokes and humour with history to create a fun book which will have everyone laughing (or groaning).
National Geographic does a huge range of fun books that teach you something along the way. In this case, real life is much stranger than fiction.
A science experiment for everyone and every day in this book, which includes all the information you need to discover for yourself how stuff works.
The 2019 almanac from National Geographic’s magazine series combines wacky trivia and wonders from around the globe.
Have you ever had an idea for an invention? Here are some of the strangest from the last 200 years. Not all of them worked...
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