Children's Miscellany Volume 2 More Useless Information That's Essential to Know by Dominique Enright
  

Children's Miscellany Volume 2 More Useless Information That's Essential to Know

Written by Dominique Enright
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Synopsis

Children's Miscellany Volume 2 More Useless Information That's Essential to Know by Dominique Enright

The sequel to the best-selling Children's Miscellany . Packed full of even more, even smarter, even stranger facts, Children's Miscellany Volume Two includes Shakespearian insults, the longest place names in the world, five ways to de-smell your trainers and how to hypnotize a chicken!

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This book is a treasure chest which will keep enquiring minds of 8+ happy for hours Newbury Weekly News

About the Author

Dominique Enright lives in London with her husband, son and two daughters.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
126 pages
Interest Age: From 8 To 12

Author

Dominique Enright
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Publisher

Buster Books an imprint of Michael O'Mara Books Ltd

Publication date

22nd September 2005

ISBN

9781905158164


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