The World Almanac Awesome True-or-False Questions for Smart Kids (Hardcover)
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From the #1 New York Times bestselling World Almanac™ comes an engaging, interactive book full of "true-or-false" questions that will keep readers guessing as they turn every page.
TRUE OR FALSE?
- Toenails grow at the same rate as fingernails.
- Mount Everest is the closest point on Earth to the moon.
- No piece of paper can be folded in half more than seven times.
Find out the answers to these true-or-false statements and more than 250 others with The World Almanac Awesome True-or-False Questions for Smart Kids. Alone or together, kids can make their best guesses of whether each statement is true or false, and then turn the page to find the answer––and learn even more fun facts about each item! With a uniquely interactive format, this book has smart readers engaged and eager at every step with essential facts on on food, history, science, pop culture, and more.
About the Author
World Almanac Kids™ offers children, parents, and teachers a chance to explore our world and beyond from a source that’s been trusted by schools, families, businesses, governments, and even presidents for generations. A #1 New York Times bestseller, The World Almanacwas first published in 1868 and has sold 83 million copies.