National Geographic Kids Weird But True!: Ripped from the Headlines 2 Real-Life Stories You Have to Read to Believe by National Geographic
  

National Geographic Kids Weird But True!: Ripped from the Headlines 2 Real-Life Stories You Have to Read to Believe

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National Geographic Kids Weird But True!: Ripped from the Headlines 2 Real-Life Stories You Have to Read to Believe by National Geographic

In keeping with Weird But True's signature style, this book features cool photos, a fun design, and plenty of zany stories from current day and history. Did you know that a town in Spain celebrates an annual Tomato fight? That British police are still searching for crooks who stole 60,000 bees from their hive? These are just a few of the bizarre but totally true stories you'll find in this exciting new addition to the popular Weird But True series that prove fact IS often stranger than fiction!

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Format

Paperback
176 pages

Author

National Geographic
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Publisher

National Geographic Kids

Publication date

9th June 2015

ISBN

9781426319099


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