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- HarperCollins 2011; US$ 14.77
How big is your vocabulary? How heavy is your house? Do the dead outnumber the living? What are the best words to use in a personal ad? We humans are a curious species, prone to think, ruminate, reflect, cogitate, mull over, and philosophize. We long to explain away the world around us, to answer all those seeming unanswerables: Why are we here?... more...
- Ulysses Press 2009; US$ 15.95
BIZARRE STUFF, AMAZING FACTS, ASTONISHING MYSTERIES, NATURAL WONDERS, LITTLE-KNOWN PEOPLE, USEFUL TIPS AND MUCH, MUCH MORE From crime, movies and music to science, history and literature, this book offers an incredible array of intriguing top-10 lists, including: •Urban Legends—Debunked •Influential People Who Never Lived •Ancient Methods of... more...
- HarperCollins 2010; US$ 10.99
Do spiders sleep? Why are barns red? Why is there a crescent moon on outhouse doors? Are zebras white with black stripes or black with white stripes? As the Xerox Corporation's official webmaster, Bill McLain often fielded as many as 1,000 questions a day on just about everything under the sun -- and beyond. The wildest, funniest, and even most astute... more...
- Ulysses Press 2010; US$ 12.95
BAFFLING AND BIZARRE. ENTERTAINING AND ENLIGHTENING. This witty and compulsive collection of trivia will captivate and surprise you with its fun and funky revelations: •Why is New York called "the Big Apple"? •How do people count cards at casinos? •What keeps the head on a glass of beer? •Why don't you ever see baby pigeons? •Why is getting... more...
- Greystone Books 2009; US$ 11.99
Hockey trivia master Don Weekes has cherry-picked more than 800 of his most compelling trivia questions and records to create this authoritative collection. Who was the only player to captain Steve Yzerman in NHL play? When did a forward or defenseman last tend goal during an NHL game? What is the time of the fastest goal from the start of a season-opening... more...
- Ulysses Press 2010; US$ 15.95
FREAKS OF NATURE, ODD CRIMES, SHOCKING DEATHS, DEVASTATING DISASTERS, BLOOD-CURDLING RITES, CRAZY CONSPIRACIES & MUCH, MUCH MORE •Gruesome Torture Devices •Mass Hysteria Outbreaks •Unbelievable Miniatures •Disturbingly Scary Clowns •Outer Space Mysteries •Astonishing Aphrodisiacs •Disgusting Ancient Jobs •Spooky Sports Curses •World-Famous... more...
- Random House 2010; US$ 15.98
Perfect Party Games is essential reading for anyone who has a party to plan. Whether you need some ideas to keep everyone entertained at a family get-together or you're organising a big do for your child's whole primary school class, you're bound to find inspiration in this collection of over 200 fun-filled games. With easy-to-follow instructions... more...
- Random House 2008; US$ 14.38
If you're intrigued by the fact that Jack the Ripper was left-handed, or that Heinz ketchup flows at 0.7 miles per day - and, more importantly, intrigued by why you're intrigued - then this book is required reading. Convinced that our love of trivia must reveal something truly important about us, Mark Mason sets out to discover what that something... more...
- Penguin Publishing Group 2011; US$ 14.00
Nothing you'll ever need to know is in this book The #1 New York Times bestselling series continues to prove that there are plenty of things in this world no one needs to know about. Why bother learning that... * Poland sells a drink called Fart Juice? * ATMs in Vatican City are in Latin? * a two-year-old learns about ten new words... more...
- Michael O' Mara Books 2010; US$ 9.99
Offers an informative reminder of the things that readers learnt in school but have since become relegated to the backs of their minds. This guide features hundreds of snippets of wisdom, facts, theories, equations, phrases, rules and sayings. more...