Splat the Fake Fact

Publisher: Bloomsbury

Review

These days it's very important to be able to identify fake facts. With a series of interactive activities, this book not only allows children to find out what is and isn't true, but also gets them to doodle, lasso and deface the fake facts. Hurrah!

Fabulously original and interactive non-fiction.

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