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Actually Factually

Actually Factually
 

A collection of misunderstandings, mistakes and misconceptions, which reveals the reality behind just a few of the myths that get mixed up with truth. It includes entries such as: your hair and nails continue to grow after you die; a goldfish has a memory of about three seconds; ... read full description below.

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Quick Reference

ISBN 9781907151873
Published 30 June 2011 by Michael O'Mara
Available in EPUB format
Software Read in Browser or Adobe Ebook Compatible Device
Language en
Author(s) Illustrated by Campbell, Guy
Availability Wheelers ePlatform

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Description of this Electronic Book

A fascinating collection of misunderstandings, mistakes and misconceptions, Actually Factually reveals the reality behind just a few of the myths that get mixed up with truth. If you really thought that Christopher Columbus discovered America or that water goes down the plughole the other way in Australia this book will bring you right back to Earth with a bump. Full of fantastic facts to wow teachers, friends and family, this is the perfect book for kids who want to know more.

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Author's Bio

A writer and graphic designer since 1986. Started the Creative and Graphics company Moran Campbell da Vinci in 1990 producing corporate ID, advertising (newspapers, magazines, point of sale, posters) and packaging (specialising in toys) for, among other clients, Harrods and Hamleys. Writing credits has included over 40 books for children, a monthly comic for children, hundreds of cartoon strips for newspapers and magazines worldwide, puzzles for books, newspapers and magazines, comedy sketches for TV and a short comic play for BBC radio 5.

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