Top 10 for Boys

by Paul Terry

The Real World

Top 10 for Boys Synopsis

Edgy, dangerous, gross and just plain awesome, the Top 10 for Boys includes charts, facts, comparisons and crazy surprises in all its lists. Stunning graphics and jaw-dropping facts bring you the world's most ferocious animals, fastest cars, biggest hits, most lucrative movies, worst disasters, craziest machines, maddest people and best sportsmen on the planet - as well as lots more from outer space. From the biggest gaming brands, most downloaded artists, highest freefalls and most successful basketball teams, to bizarre UFO sightings, high performance space crafts and the most destructive tornadoes, these lists will keep kids amused for hours and hours.

Top 10 for Boys Press Reviews

'A must for fact fans'
(Daily Mirror)

'Dazzle friends with knowledge with this gem'
(Heat)

'Fulfilling in its desire to present 10 of everything, whereas Guinness makes do with one.'
(The Times)

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ISBN: 9780600623458
Publication date: 02/09/2013
Publisher: Hamlyn an imprint of Octopus Publishing Group
Format: Hardback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780600623458
Publication date: 2nd September 2013
Author: Paul Terry
Publisher: Hamlyn an imprint of Octopus Publishing Group
Format: Hardback
Genres: The Real World,
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About Paul Terry

Paul Terry is a non-fiction children's author who has worked on books of leading kids' brands including The Simpsons, LEGO, Star Wars, Futurama, Kung Fu Panda, Disney and Wallace and Gromit. Paul co-authored The Official LOST Encyclopedia for ABC Studios and Bad Robot for DK. His other assignments have seen him contribute articles to Odeon and Sky Movies magazines. Paul's understanding of what children find fascinating, his meticulous research and his love of trivia make him the ideal man to inherit the legacy of Top 10's originator, Russell Ash.

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