Top Gear: A Reasonably Priced Book of Useless Stuff by
  

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Top Gear: A Reasonably Priced Book of Useless Stuff by

Ever wanted to know how many Jeremy Clarksons tall the London Eye is? What about how to say the name of the volcano James May drove up? Or if there are any foods Richard Hammond will actually eat? For a reasonable price, all this knowledge and more can be yours...This is a trivia treasure trove of top tens, utterly useless information, funny facts and other random Top Gear stuff.

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Hardback
160 pages
Interest Age: From 7 To 12

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BBC Children's Books

Publication date

1st September 2011

ISBN

9781405907958


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