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Trivia Goes Bananas

Trivia Goes Bananas

711 Brain Bafflers That'll Stump Ya!

For Ages: 5 and up
This digest-sized trivia book contains over 500 brain bafflers that will keep kids entertained for hours, turning the pages with excitement and bewilderment. Filled with illustrations, several question formats and 8 different trivia categories, this compact travel companion is perfect for kids on the go, eager to answer the questions and then put their family and friends to the test.

What is the most pirated movie of all time? Who was the first manager to win the World Series with teams from both leagues? What are the first two purchasable properties on the Monopoly board? Go bananas over the hundreds of brain bafflers you’ll find like these in this digest-sized trivia book filled with over 500 perplexing questions to puzzle even the most astute trivia minds. With a wide range of topics and question formats, you’ll be itching to turn the pages only to scratch your head in bewilderment. Soak up all the knowledge you can and then stump your famliy and friends by carrying this compact companion wherever you go.
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  • Applesauce Press | 
  • 160 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781604333428 | 
  • July 2013
List Price $7.95
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About the Authors

Lou Harry

Lou Harry is:

a) A reporter/novelist

b) A playwright and prolific writer of novelty and pop culture books.

c) Co-author of Kid Culture and author of The Game of Life.

d) All of the above

 

Yup, all of the above. Lou Harry collaborated on this trivia book with Eric Berman, who is a reporter for WIBC News; a semifinalist in the Jeopardy Tournament of Champions and Midwestern champion at the 2001 American Crossword Puzzle Tournament; and coauthor of a weekly pub quiz in Bloomington, Indiana.

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