The Whiz Quiz Book For Children and Grown-Up Children by National Parents Council
  

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The Whiz Quiz Book For Children and Grown-Up Children by National Parents Council

What animal's name means 'riverhorse'? During which war did Anne Frank write her diary while living in the attic of a house in Amsterdam? For the answers check out this new edition of The Whiz Quiz Book. Compiled by members of the National Parents Council (NPC) to meet persistent demands from parents of primary-school children, it is a unique project. Teachers, children and parents worked together to write it. Questions on a wide range of subjects - sport, music, history - are laid out in game format. Each game is ten rounds of ten questions. A round is made up of a good mix of questions so a round or a game can be a quiz on its own. With 1,000 questions, this book offers endless scope and variety for parents, teachers and children to use free time gainfully and enjoyably.

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Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

National Parents Council
More books by National Parents Council

Publisher

The Collins Press
www.collinspress.ie

Publication date

19th August 2016

ISBN

9781848892972


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