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4.0 out of 5 stars Well worth the read., 28 May 2009
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This review is from: How to Remember (Almost) Everything, Ever! (Paperback)
Before I start, I must point out that the author is a pal and I'd like everyone to buy his books.

This is about memory and is aimed mostly at older children, I guess. No matter, it delighted me all the same. Lots of anecdotes, factoids, puzzles, questions, tips and tricks, even jokes; all centred around how humans remember stuff.

In fact, there's only the one abomination in the whole work! It's in the bottom right hand square of the chessboard on page 39, and chess nerds like me take this kind of thing really badly - it's like seeing the whole world in reverse video. Still, at least the pieces are heading in the right direction...
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5.0 out of 5 stars My children enjoyed it, so did I, 27 Dec 2007
This review is from: How to Remember (Almost) Everything, Ever! (Paperback)
Great introduction to memory, mnemonics etc, a bit like 'Horrible History' books, probably aimed at 8-12 year olds but plenty for grown-ups like me to enjoy. I don't know of any other books about memory that are aimed at children in this way.
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