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Are You "Normal"?: More Than 100 Questions That Will Test Your Weirdness

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Can you rub your belly and pat your head? Do you like pepperoni on your pizza? Are you normal? In the spirit of National Geographic Kids popular Weird But True series, the author has pulled out all the stops breaking down the facts on our silliest secrets. Did you know about twenty percent of 10-year-old kids probably still suck their thumbs and about two thirds can roll t ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published October 11th 2011 by National Geographic Children's Books
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This book satisfies one of the most basic and pressing needs of tweenage and teenage kids - minutely assessing how they compare to others. Right? Just take Greg Heffley, who starts out the whole Wimpy Kid oeuvre by stating that he is the "52nd most popular kid" in school.
Oct 12, 2011 Mark marked it as to-read  ·  (Review from the author)
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I love this book.
What exactly is normal? For some kids, they don’t want to be normal but they want to know what is considered normal so they can do the opposite. Then again, some kids want to know if they fit in. Welcome to the book of “Are You Normal?” Exploring topics ranging from home, school, family, sports, body, tech, friends, me, fun and food. Each topic has around ten questions with one question per page. On each page, it states the answers that the kids have chosen with bright pictures and sometimes wit ...more
I was into this book-long magazine quiz. It was fun- I even bothered to keep score throughout (spoiler alert- I'm probably the most boringly normal person alive). The only thing I didn't like (and the reason it got knocked down to 3 stars) was that the numbers didn't actually add up. For instance, in one section, I had the lowest score on each option (a 19) and the first bracket (of being normal) was from 1-15. A 1 wouldn't be possible, and that bothered me the whole book, but when I realized th ...more
Dec 05, 2014 Simon rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone
Shelves: family, teens, childrens
I was amazing this book it for kids or family, because there are few category much are: Sports, Family, School & ect... and kids are vote with online research last 2010-2011 and they have publish this book for spaciel kids, So I like it this book because those are real kids. I was turning the book and i saw "who many have brother or sister ?" and I saw poll answere but only " less 5% who not have brother or sister, only child!" So I my also only child!

So it was cool book I my amamzing real k
Jo Sorrell
Jun 05, 2013 Jo Sorrell marked it as to-read
We are a middle school library, grades 3-8. Are You 'Normal'? (National Geographic Kids) has not stayed on the shelves more than one period all year long. As the jacket states, it's "more than 100 questions that will test your weirdness." Remarkably,
despite several quizzes throughout, not one of the kids who's checked it out so far has taken pencil to the multiple choice questions. Are You Normal 2 is being released in October, and will be on our order list. Unfortunately, they're paperback only
Good! The questions are nice and going. But did you notice racist inside! I mean, who would mind about hair? You can't change DNA, because if you mutate it to look like it's normal, you will get heartthrobs. Also, you shouldn't tell others about their ambidextrousness. It's what can not be decided! Anyway, I liked the flimsiness and I want to enjoy more of National Geographic!
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From how many texts you might send/receive, to the number of electronic devices, to the amount of time spent on homework, this book will reassure every young reader that they are indeed normal.

It came as no surprise that athletes were respected 36 percent and teachers were given the thumbs up by 23 percent.


Yup. That's normal.
Jan 18, 2014 Shay rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: everyone
Thank you Mark Shulman! Now know how to be even more different than I already am! This book is great for misfit or popular friends who want to know what's in and out, or just to have laugh!
Fun! I enjoyed this book. My 10 year old son got into it as well. We both answered the questions and laughed quite a bit in the process.
I loved these kind of books when I was a youngster...taking quizzes and discovering yourself.
This book is just a bunch of questions. It would be a great book for a party or a long car trip.
~Kaylea Chidester~
It is a great quiz book that I use to question my friends. Most of them are Weird!
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