Top 10 of Everything by Paul Terry


Top 10 of Everything by Paul Terry

This latest edition takes a look at the best and most extreme in the world of animals, machines, nature, humankind, sports, music, space, movies and much, much more! A range of features provide useful ways for readers to engage with facts - including charts that explain data clearly and easily, and snapshot lists that break down details into boxouts. With a brilliant, colourful design, packed full of photographs and incredible information across every topic imaginable, there's sure to be something to keep any reader amused!

About the Author

Paul Terry is a non-fiction author who has worked with leading kids' brands including LEGO, Disney, The Simpsons, Futurama, and Stars Wars. He co-authored (with Tara Bennett) the official LOST Encyclopedia and Fringe: September's Notebook for Bad Robot. Paul is also a songwriter (recording under the moniker Cellarscape) and film composer. His film scores include Felicity Jones' 'Emily' and 13-time award-winning 'The Furred Man'. A huge film, music and comic fan, Paul's understanding of what children find fascinating, 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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304 pages


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Publication date

6th October 2016



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