Fact or Fib? A Challenging Game of True or False by Kathy Furgang
  

Synopsis

Fact or Fib? A Challenging Game of True or False by Kathy Furgang

How well do you know art, music, and entertainment? Enough to separate fact from fib? Try these and see! Painter Vincent Van Gogh may have been colorblind. Taylor Swift released her first album when she was 16 years old. Digital cameras were the first instant cameras. Which is the truth . . . and which a lie?

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About the Author

Kathy Furgang started her editorial career working as an intern at the Children's Television Workshop Magazine Group, before moving on to Random House Books for Young Readers and then McGraw-Hill Education. Kathy is now a full-time freelance writer and editor who specializes in the K-8 educational markets in the areas of science, language arts, social studies, math, and ELL. For National Geographic Kids, she wrote Everything Weather: Facts, Photos, and Fun that Will Blow You Away! and Everything Money: A Wealth of Facts, Photos, and Fun! She has also written numerous workbooks for Flash Kids.

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Format

Paperback
208 pages
Interest Age: Aged 8+

Author

Kathy Furgang
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Publisher

Sterling an imprint of Sterling Publishing Co Inc

Publication date

3rd December 2015

ISBN

9781454915898


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