Fun-filled book will turn you into a factaholic
FAST FACTS BY HELEN LEWIS THIS book is filled with quirky yet interesting facts about anything and everything – animals, the body, food, dorpies in South Africa and the universe.
Did you know that there are at least 1.5 million ants for every person on earth? Or that goats and sheep have rectangular pupils? Or that elephants can be right- or left-tusked? And the sun is a star that is 109 times bigger than Earth.
The advantages of instilling a lifelong love of reading in a child don’t need to be spelt out. And what better way to get them reading than with short, bite-sized, fascinating and fun facts?
This book is filled with quirky yet interesting facts about anything and everything – animals, the body, food, the universe, books and more.
And it is not just for children. Everyone can learn something in this treasure chest of knowledge, whether you are 5 or 50 years old. With no long and drawn-out explanations, it is a quick and easy read that can fill a few minutes of spare time or ensure a few hours of informative entertainment.
It will help you impress people with your wide knowledge about random topics and “use it, don’t use it” information.
This book is designed to encourage children to read. Even the laziest reader will enjoy dipping into this fun book.
It’s jam-packed with fantastic, funny, amazing facts, that are short and sweet, without long boring explanations. It covers every subject from animals, the body, food, the universe, books, and games. It should appeal to children of all ages, even grandpa. The author Helen Lewis is a self-confessed factaholic and she has written several fact books. She lives in Darling with her husband, a boerboel, two Border collies and two cats.