Totally Random Questions Volume 4: 101 Bizarre and Cool Q&As (Paperback)

Totally Random Questions Volume 4: 101 Bizarre and Cool Q&As By Melina Gerosa Bellows Cover Image
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How long does it take a spider to spin a web? Do earthworms have eyes? And really, what is the difference between jam and jelly? Discover the answers to these questions and more in the newest installment in this kid-friendly series packed with fun, fascinating Q&As!

Got a random question? This book has the answer! Packed with surprising facts and colorful photos, Totally Random Questions, Volume 4 presents snack-sized answers to a series of wacky, weird, but always amazing questions about our wonderfully wild world! Kids will love testing their knowledge and stumping their friends with the unlikely info they'll find inside covering animals, science, sports, food, pop culture, and more.
 
Written and designed to make any kid an instant genius—and maybe even a few parents too!
 
Find other fascinating facts and eye-popping imagery in the other books in this series: Totally Random Questions volumes 1-4!

About the Author


Melina Bellows is the President of Fun Factory Press, a boutique publishing business specializing in children's nonfiction content. During her career at National Geographic, she created hundreds of new products and franchises, including the New York Times best-selling National Geographic Kids Almanac; and Weird But True!, a 30-book series that has collectively sold over 2.1M copies; and the recreation and reintroduction of National Geographic Kids magazine, now ranked as the #1 kids' magazine. She lives in Washington, D.C. with her two children, dog, cat and bearded dragon.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780593450505
ISBN-10: 0593450507
Publisher: Bright Matter Books
Publication Date: August 2nd, 2022
Pages: 216
Language: English
Series: Totally Random Questions

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