Big Book of 1,001 Facts Educates and Entertains for Hours
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Just in time for those end-of-summer family road trips, Time for Kids has released the "Big Book of Why: 1,001 Facts Kids Want to Know," a 192-page answer to backseat boredom.
Chock full of detailed explanations and more than 200 photos and illustrations that answer questions -- such as "Why do we have eyelashes?" and "What's the difference between a crocodile and an alligator?" -- this timely tome is sure to satisfy curious kids ages 8 and up.
"Big Book" bonus: If you let the kids regale you with some of their new-found knowledge, you may even pick up some useful tidbits for your next cocktail party.
Available at Amazon for $13.57.
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