The Comic Strip Big Fat Book of Knowledge Paperback – Oct 25 2011
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Praise for The Comic Strip History of the World: 'This book is undoubtedly the most original book about history you will ever read ... A truly entertaining way to discover what gruesome deeds our ancestors got up to' Anorak Magazine 'It is all very enjoyable, and would be lapped up by anyone over eight' Spectator Praise for The Comic Strip History of Space: 'Sally Kindberg's illustrations are great, with their bold style and gentle jokes dotted around ... It should have a place on every child's bookshelf' The Bookbag 'This book is certain to be a hit! ... an accurate, fascinating, quirky insight into the mysteries of space. Information is accessible summarising key theories and events with intelligently written text and great comic-strip illustration. It is eye-catching, unusual and hilarious' School Librarian Praise for The Comic Strip Big Fat Book of Knowledge: This book is absolutely crammed full of fascinating facts, interesting trivia and stories about the world we live in. Even if you find history boring, you will love this book! Primary Times
About the Author
Tracey Turner is a former editor and author of many nonfiction books for children, including "Hodder's Disgusting Dictionary" and titles for the Dead Famous and 101 Things You Need To Know series. Tracey lives in England.
Sally Kindberg is an illustrator and writer. She once went to Elf School in Iceland, has written a book about hair, and sailed on a Tall Ship to Lisbon. She has one daughter, Emerald, and lives in London with 67 robots.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Some books that attempt to be about ALL THE THINGS are actually disappointingly light -- lots of big pictures and few pages, and text that could fit on a single flap of a cereal box. This book really is jam-packed with all sorts of things you'd expect a kid to learn in school (but don't, as many parents learn to their chagrin), presented in a way that makes it fun to read and talk about.