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Download and read online Did You Know It s a Fun Fact Filled Collection in PDF and EPUB The first four Did You Know? books are now available in one fact-tastic boxed set! Did you know that a zebra’s stripes are as unique as a human’s fingerprints? Or that all snowflakes have six sides? How about that the highest place on Earth to go bungee jumping is the Bloukrans Bridge in South Africa? Find out many more fun facts about animals, the environment, and transportation in this awesome boxed set! Included in the boxed set are: Hippos Can’t Swim Chickens Don’t Fly Rainbows Never End Trains Can Float
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Download and read online Rainbows Never End in PDF and EPUB This earth-shattering book is filled with fun facts about snow, sunlight, rainbows, and more! Did you know that rainbows are full circles—so they never actually end? How about that light from the sun reaches Earth in around eight minutes? Or that all snowflakes have six sides? Filled with tons of cool facts about weather and the environment, plus colorful, humorous illustrations by Pete Oswald, this book is sure to be a hit!
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Download and read online A Mess of Iguanas A Whoop of Gorillas in PDF and EPUB There are many wonderful creatures on earth - and even more incredible ways to describe them. With more collective nouns for animal groups than anyone else in the world, from a Business of Ferrets to a Wobble of Ostriches (not forgetting, of course, an Implausibility of Gnus) Alon Shulman's A Mess of Iguanas, A Whoop of Gorillas will tell you what to call a group of zebras, chickens, parrots, spiders, tigers or penguins the next time you encounter one - and will even let you know the difference between a school and a shoal of fish. Not to mention why groups of swans are known as a lamentation, a bank and a wedge. It will also tell you the most outlandish, strange yet completely accurate animal facts you can imagine. For example, did you know that polar bears are invisible to infra-red because they have transparent fur? Or that hippopotamus can't swim? Or that ostriches do not bury their heads in the sand? Filled with everything you could ever want to know about the creatures that inhabit our world, this brilliant compendium of animal curiosities is perfect for pub quizzers, language buffs, wannabe know-it-alls and any readers aged, well ... 8 to 80.
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Download and read online Squirrel s Fun Day in PDF and EPUB Squirrel is determined to have a very fun day with each of his animal friends.
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