Are there volcanoes in space? Is a cloud heavier than an elephant? Why don't woodpeckers get concussions? Discover the answers to these questions and more in this kid-friendly book of fun, fascinating Q&As!Got a random question? This book has the answer!
Packed with surprising facts and colorful photos, Totally Random Questions, Volume 1
presents snack-sized answers to a series of wacky, weird, but always amazing questions about our wonderfully wild world! Kids will love testing their knowledge and stumping their friends with the unlikely info they'll find inside covering animals, science, sports, food, pop culture, and more.
Written and designed to make any kid an instant genius—and maybe even a few parents too! Find other fascinating facts and eye-popping imagery in the second book in this series,
Totally Random Questions Volume 2!
January 4, 2022
Lexile: 930L | Fountas/Pinnell: W
is the President of Fun Factory Press, a boutique publishing business specializing in children's nonfiction content. During her career at National Geographic, she created hundreds of new products and franchises, including the New York Times
best-selling National Geographic Kids Almanac
; and Weird But True!
, a 30-book series that has collectively sold over 2.1M copies; and the recreation and reintroduction of National Geographic Kids
magazine, now ranked as the #1 kids' magazine. She lives in Washington, D.C. with her two children, dog, cat and bearded dragon.
Praise for VOLUME 1:
“The book is laid out in a fun and attractive format that allows kids to feel like they are breezing through it, making it ideal for reluctant or struggling readers
…. An appealing, accessible book for kids who enjoy trivia and learning new things.” --Kirkus Reviews
Praise for VOLUME 2:
"... introduces inquisitive readers to even more fabulously random things they didn’t know they wanted to know. With this second book in the series, readers will learn if birds sweat, how old they would be on Mars, what happens to astronauts’ urine when they’re in space, where hot chocolate comes from, and even whether pigeons can do math. While many of the questions lean toward the sciences, some important historical subjects are covered too, such as information about Harriet Tubman and Rosa Parks. The book’s format features bright pictures and collages on the pages where the questions are posed, with the answers shown on the following page. Each answer is expanded upon as well as supplemented by an “Instant Genius” fact that readers will enjoy impressing friends and family with. A variety of font styles, sizes, and colors as well as informational text boxes make the pages lively and interesting
without appearing overly cluttered. The layout makes the book feel accessible to a range of ages and reading abilities; it is well suited for browsing independently or sharing in groups. A fun read for anyone curious about the world’s oddities." -- Kirkus Reviews