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Everything You Need to Know About Everything: Your world, and everything around it, in a nutshell

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Which continent is the largest? What is the composition of the air we breathe? What are the seven natural wonders of the world? You may have once learned the answers to these questions in school, but for most of us those early lessons have faded and been replaced by the minutiae of our daily lives. Yet it can often be helpful to have these facts at your fingertips—and with ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published April 10th 2012 by Thunder Bay Press (first published September 1st 2011)
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Lisa D. Smith (Lissa Smith Reads)
Mar 06, 2015 Lisa D. Smith (Lissa Smith Reads) rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommended to Lisa D. Smith by: NetGalley

As a parent you often worry about how your children are going to do in school. So I was elated to receive the opportunity to review such a book that would be a benefit to my own children.
Daniel Tatarsky does an excellent job of keeping the reader engaged. The book is loaded with pictures full of color and the illustrations are easy to understand.

As a former home school educator this book is an excellent, must have book. It is entertaining resource loaded with more scientific information than you
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Tey Shi
A simple guide to the basics of major fields and histories of significant developments in technologies and others.
GONZA
Like the other book in this series is very well written, it gets me so engaged that I couldn't stop reading and more is full of pictures and easy explanations, it's a nice reading for a trivia night or crosswords too and is really pretty interesting!
THANKS TO NETGALLEY AND Baker & Taylor Publishing Group!
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