300 questions provided by some fact-seeking primary-school children give a host of world-class experts the challenge to come up with the short and snappy answers. To make this a complete book of family entertainment there are added quizzes and fact sections – all being sold to aid the NSPCC.
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Why do zebras have stripes? Why do we close our eyes when we sneeze? Why are farts flammable? Why do we have recessions when we can just print more money? If you've ever been flummoxed by a child's questions, Does My Goldfish Know Who I Am? is the perfect book for you. With over 300 real questions from primary school aged children, the book offers bite-sized answers from world class experts - digestible in under 60 seconds. Following the huge success of Why Can't I Tickle Myself? published in Autumn 2012, this new volume will also include quizzes and favourite facts sections, making it a perfect gift for families. At least 33 per cent of the publisher's advance payments and 67 per cent of net royalty income in respect of sales of this book is payable to the NSPCC (Registered Charity Numbers 216401 & SC037717).
Publication date: 02/10/2014
Publisher: Faber & Faber Non-Fiction an imprint of Faber & Faber
Publication date: 03/10/2013
Publisher: Faber & Faber
|Publication date:||2nd October 2014|
|Author:||Gemma Elwin Harris, Alexander Armstrong, Sir David Attenborough, Brian Cox|
|Publisher:||Faber & Faber Non-Fiction an imprint of Faber & Faber|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Humour,|
|Categories:||Trivia & quiz question books,|
Gemma Elwin Harris is a freelance editor and writer, as well as a mother, godmother and aunt to several extremely curious children. Author photo © Johnny RingMore About Gemma Elwin Harris, Alexander Armstrong, Sir David Attenborough, Brian Cox