The Silly Book of Side-Splitting Stuff

Publisher: Bloomsbury

Review

Ever wanted to know what kind of animal an aye-aye is? Or how much gravy the boot of a Mini Cooper Convertible can hold? What about which country's residents dine on maggot cheese? Children can find out all the silly things they could ever want to know in The Silly Book of Side-Splitting Stuff.

With a clear, easy-to-read layout, complete with well-placed black and white line drawings, this witty book of facts, stories, jokes and lists covers a wide-range of topics that will have children (and a silly adult or two) laughing out loud, trying out silly things to do and telling all of their friends their new-found silly knowledge.

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