FACTopia!: Follow the Trail of 400 Facts... Spiral-Bound | May 4, 2021

Kate Hale, Andy Smith (Illustrated by), Britannica Group

Rebinding by Spiralverse

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Welcome to FACTopia!, a wonderland of crazily connected facts.

Choose your own path through this hilarious world of 400 facts, all of which are verified by Encyclopaedia Britannica. Every fact in the book is connected to the next in an ingenious trail of information.

Did you know that a squid has a brain shaped like a doughnut? Or that some butterflies drink turtle tears? Hop from topic to topic in unexpected and delightful ways, and discover what connects a giraffe with the Eiffel tower, or a slice of pizza with Cleopatra. On your awe-inspiring journey, you will find out extraordinary facts about space, bones, dinosaurs, spiders, sharks, robots, ancient Rome, and more.

And there’s not just one trail through these pages: sometimes your path branches and you can choose to jump to a totally different, but still connected, part of the book. Who knows where your curiosity will take you!

This wittily illustrated book is the perfect gift to inspire and delight curious children.

Publisher: Ingram Publisher Services
Original Binding: Hardcover Picture Book
Pages: 208 pages
ISBN-10: 1912920719
Item Weight: 0.89 lbs
Dimensions: 6.0 x 0.62 x 8.1 inches
Customer Reviews: 3 out of 5 stars Up to 30 ratings
"Free association rules in this gathering of hundreds of facts about science, technology, and the natural world ... A real browsers’ buffet." - Kirkus Reviews
Kate Hale is a writer, editor, and professional fun fact finder. A former executive editor for National Geographic Kids' Books, she's edited or written about everything from dog communication to wacky roadside attractions, biographies of inspiring scientists to profiles of the cutest animals on Earth. Kate also co-created and hosted the award-winning kids radio program The Weird But True Show! on SiriusXM, which covers weird but totally true facts about the human body, animals, space, and everything in between. When she's not hunting for new facts, Kate enjoys gardening, playing video games, and planning road trips to national parks. She currently lives in Alexandria, Virginia.