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  • The Classicsby Caroline Taggart

    Readers Digest 2010; US$ 14.95

    It's no myth: this lively refresher course fills in all you need to know about ancient studies-from Zeus's throne to the fall of Rome-in pithy little quips. It covers the impressive advances made by Greek and Roman societies, from language to medicine, from art to architecture. You'll learn: The Greek alphabet, from alpha to omega The history and... more...

  • I Used to Know That: Scienceby Marianne Taylor

    Readers Digest 2012; US$ 14.99

    Do you know why we are able to see light and hear sound? What is the Earth made of? How does the body produce energy? And, most important, does any of this matter? In I Used to Know That: Science, Marianne Taylor will answer those questions and more and will tell you why the answers are vital to us and to the scientists working on the cutting edge... more...

  • I Used to Know That: World Historyby Emma Marriott

    Readers Digest 2012; US$ 14.99

    It can be difficult to keep different historical events and figures straight in your head, which is why I Used to Know That: World History presents major episodes in history with short, easily understood sections. Among the people, movements, and events covered are:   ·        Ancient Greece and Rome - Learn about the birth of democracy and... more...

  • Parenting on the Goby David Elkind

    Da Capo Press 2014; US$ 14.99

    A resource for today?s parents of infants and young children with succinct answers to the most common questions. more...

  • Why Rattlesnakes Rattleby Valeri R. Helterbran

    Taylor Trade Publishing 2012; US$ 9.99

    This entertaining book gives surprising explanations for the facts, tales and lore associated with day-to-day living and the world around us. Learn why birds perched on power lines aren't electrocuted; the origins of such expressions as "swan song" and "willy nilly;" and the science behind such phenomena as ball lightning, blue glaciers, red tide,... more...

  • 10,000 Tipsby Katherine Sorrell

    Quercus 2013; US$ 12.99

    What should you do if a bird flies into your house? How do you write the perfect CV? How could you get a flight upgrade? How can you revamp a tired room? From pastry making to public speaking, decluttering to DIY, first aid to picture framing, this is your one-stop guide to finding out everything you'll need to know to improve your house, health, work... more...

  • 60 Million Gingernutsby Peter Janssen

    Hachette New Zealand 2012; US$ 6.99

    Did you know there are 60 million gingernuts produced in New Zealand every year? Or that the biggest hangi included 150 cattle, 480 pigs, 180 sheep, 7200 litres of milk and 9000 eggs? Did you know that a female giant weta is the heaviest insect in the world? Or that 1982 is our record year for divorces (12,395)? No? Then you need 60 Million Gingernuts.... more...

  • Why Do Kamikaze Pilots Wear Helmets?by Andrew Thompson

    John Blake 2007; US$ 5.99

    From why kamikaze pilots wear helmets and why New York City is called the Big Apple to why catnip affects cats and whether Nostradamus was able to predict the future—the answers are all collected here! This indispensable companion for any lover of obscure knowledge answers frequently asked questions, while also pointing out commonly held misconceptions.... more...

  • Listverse.com's Epic Book of Mind-Boggling Top 10 Listsby Jamie Frater

    Ulysses Press 2014; US$ 15.95

    CRAZY-BUT-TRUE FACTS, PECULIAR OCCURRENCES, DESPICABLE CRIMES, BIZARRE RECORDS, UNBELIEVABLE CREATURES, AND MANY MORE SHOCKING ODDITIES Delving into the shocking side of pop culture, science, and history, Listverse.com's Epic Book of Mind-Boggling Lists offers a wealth of fascinating reading with over 200 lists and more than 2,000 interesting... more...

  • Correlatedby Shaun Gallagher

    Penguin Group US 2014; US$ 9.99

    Mind-blowing statistics and crazy connections?from the number-crunching genius behind a popular blog. Based on findings on Correlated.org, this surprising and very funny book presents bizarre-but-true correlations between seemingly unrelated things. Based on daily polls and statistical analysis, in CORRELATED , Gallagher reveals: ? People... more...