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An amazing collection of extraordinary facts of all kinds and from all places jostle together in this well-packed book to create a deep mine of useless – and useful information!
This work lets you discover where a three-headed turtle was discovered in 1999, where the first toothbrush was invented, which country has summer as the only season and where you can buy square watermelons! It is guaranteed to have young readers hooked for hours.
'Mitch knows more totally useless things about useless subjects that anybody on Earth' - Chris Tarrant
Publication date: 03/03/2011
Publisher: Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Books
|Publication date:||3rd March 2011|
|Publisher:||Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Books|
|Suitable for:||7+ readers, 9+ readers|
Mitchell Symons was born in 1957 in London and educated at Mill Hill School and the LSE, where he studied just enough law to get a Third. Since leaving BBC TV, where he was a researcher and then a director, he has worked as a writer, broadcaster and journalist. He was a principal writer of early editions of the board game Trivial Pursuit and has devised many television formats. Currently he writes an award-winning weekly column for the Sunday Express.More About Mitchell Symons