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How Do Astronauts Scratch an Itch?: An Imponderables Book [Hardcover]

David Feldman , Kassie Schwan

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book for the person who's always asking 'why?' 15 Nov 2000
By Amy, Tatting & Cosmetics Host, Wedding Guru - Published on
My husband picked up this book on a bargain table---he always wants to know why things are the way they are, and this book answered a lot of his questions. The author has done a lot of research into the hows and whys of everything from why the letter 'x' is used in algebra to why potato chip bags are hard to open, and many more questions I hadn't even thought of. I only wish the book was divided into general categories, but it's just as fun to read it straight through and stumble across all kinds of interesting facts. A good read for inquisitive people of all ages.
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5.0 out of 5 stars great book 9 July 2003
By Matthew Vaudrin - Published on
this a great book for any one that likes trivia and likes finding out little known facts about the world.
buy it.
3.0 out of 5 stars Do Astronaunt Scratch? 22 Aug 2011
By The Velvet Cat - Published on
This is a fact filled book, its true, but in my opinion its poorly written to keep my teen engaged like the Uncle John Trivia readers. (Which my teen loves and can't put down! Isn't that what we are looking for?) I think the books would be way more successful if it was arranged better into categories for quick bites, not just plowing through hoping to find your interest in between things you yawn at. Its best suited for adult readers. Could be good for people stuck somewhere and have uninterrupted time and maybe want to wow bystanders with unknown facts. I recommend the better written and more fun trivia books like the Uncle John Trivia books. Maybe someone will get smart and merge the two; more info for Uncle John and more readability for Feldman.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Its fun to read 30 April 2002
By TexyInAustin - Published on
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I only rated this three stars because it is fun to read but once you are finished it just collects dust. Most of the stories are interesting but some are just boring. Overall, I don't regret buying.
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