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Why Eating Bogeys is Good for You [Paperback]

Mitchell Symons
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Review

"Wonderful present idea for reluctant readers. Curiosity will overcome all resistance" (Glasgow Herald)

"This absorbing anthology of unlikely information is a real treat . . . The answers are explained expertly and entertainingly and leave your brain stuffed with absurd trivia" (Junior Education Plus)

"Answers some really tricky questions." (Sunday Express)

Book Description

More fabulous facts revealed from the master of trivia Mitch Symons! --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From the Back Cover

EVER WONDERED . . .

Why we have tonsils?

Is there any cream in cream crackers?

Why is the sea blue?

And if kangaroos keep their babies in their pouches, what happens to all the poo?!

Mitch Symons answers all these crazy questions and plenty more in this wonderfully funny and addictive book for children from 8 to 80!

And yes, eating bogeys is good for you . . . but only your own!

About the Author

Mitchell Symons was born in 1957 in London and educated at Mill Hill School and the LSE, where he studied just enough law to get a Third. Since leaving BBC TV, where he was a researcher and then a director, he has worked as a writer, broadcaster and journalist. He was a principal writer of early editions of the board game Trivial Pursuit and has devised many television formats. Currently he writes an award-winning weekly column for the Sunday Express.
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