Myth Information: More Than 590 Popular Misconceptions, Fallacies, and Misbeliefs Explained!
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Myth Information: More Than 590 Popular Misconceptions, Fallacies, and Misbeliefs Explained!

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It's common knowledge that Eve gave Adam an apple. Everyone knows that George Washington was the First president of the United States. And when your mother told you not to go swimming right after you ate, you took it as a matter of life and death. But you've been myth-informed -- by legend, by history... even by your mother! The truth is ...
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Paperback, 288 pages
Published September 29th 1996 by Ballantine Books (first published 1989)
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Jen3n
I have a rather serious trivia addiction. I love collecting small facts and having a thorough knowledge of a handful of terrifyingly specific subjects. So I tend to collect books like this one the way blades of grass collect dew on Spring mornings. It just happens.

This one is alright. It's in encyclopedia-format and contains a few things I already knew and a couple that I didn't. enough to keep me engaded for a few minutes at a time whilst filpping through randomnly.

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Tom
This is a great little trivia book. In a way, it is more than trivia; some of our U.S. history is based on bad information. This can set the record straight in many instances. It is probably meant to be read in little pieces or used as a reference. I read it straight through and thoroughly enjoyed every bit of it.
Richard
Neat little book. It taught me that bananas are actually the biggest berry. Who knew?
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