My Mother has this book and she loved it. A very fun read. I bought one for my Dad as a gift. I'm sure he will enjoy it just as much.
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Inside you’ll learn:
George Washington was not the first president of the United States.
Leap year does not occur every four years.
The ostrich does not bury its head in the sand.
Thomas Edison did not invent the light bulb.
Ship captains cannot perform marriages at sea.
Sound does not travel at the speed of sound.
The needle on a compass does not point to the North Pole.
Leonardo da Vinci did not paint the Mona Lisa.
And more than two hundred other bits of conventional “wisdom” that are completely bunk.
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Contrary to Popular Belief
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
6.70 x 5.50 x 0.60 Inches
An Interesting Little Book
It turns out that the ...
It turns out that the Statue of Liberty is not really in New York (it's in New Jersey's waters). The strawberry isn't really a berry (it's an aggregate fruit). Alaska is both the easternmost and westernmost state (it crosses the International Date Line). Lucifer is not one of the Satan's many names (it shows up in the Bible but refers to a King of Babylon; Milton is actually the one who gives him the moniker). Joey Green, an inveterate collector of the odd, brings together yet another tome of interesting facts. Green's collection makes for an excellent bathroom reader.
I love when people cor...
I love when people correct "common knowledge", so you can imagine how much I love this book :)
This book contains som...
This book contains some random facts about things you may or may not have known, but it is definitely not the kind of book you'd want to sit down and read.
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