FactFeed: The Ultimate Book of Randomly Awesome Trivia

Publisher: Scholastic Children’s Books

Review

This bright and highly illustrated large format paperback is chock full of facts about everything - from computer viruses to weather, weird foods to gross jobs, and more or less anything else you can think of.

Ideal for children aged seven to 12 who enjoy nonfiction, this is a great fun read. It's perfect for dipping into and inspiring 'Did you know?' conversations at home.

FactFeed would be a great book to share with a reluctant reader. Its Buzzfeed-style quizzes provide an interactive element that should ensure it is picked up, read and enjoyed many times.

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