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Weird but True!: Ripped from the Headlines: Real-life Stories You Have to Read to Believe

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This just in! The most bizarre and surprising news stories you've ever read, and they're all true!

Glow-in-the-dark piglets, soccer-playing parrots, cicada-flavored ice cream, fashion-forward slugs!
Get ready to be amazed byweird and wacky headlines from acrossthe globe!Weird But True! Ripped From theHeadlineshas all the things you’d expectfrom a regular news publication—wor
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Paperback, 176 pages
Published June 24th 2014 by National Geographic Children's Books
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Jennifer
Dec 30, 2015 Jennifer rated it liked it
Bright and colorful, this book will attract the eye for those reluctant readers who love strange tales. Broken into eight chapters (plus an index and credits), the book focuses on headlines, animals, inventions, food, science, travel, sports and culture. Teens interested in just one or two particular sections can hone in on those, or they can flip through the book and read whatever catches their eye. The book is full of large, colorful photographs with a description describing the particular ...more
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This book is packed with good thing to learn you can learn a lot.I liked this book and it made me want to read another one.I suggests you to read it.Yes you that is reading this to read this book.
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Jun 02, 2016 Keros Chavez rated it it was amazing
What, glow up eyelashes, cows eating candy? Only this book will tell you that. One of my favorite books(My favorite book is the first Weird But True). Everything in this book is amazing!
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