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Easy questions, evil answers

Author: Kjartan Poskitt; Philip Reeve
Publisher: London : Scholastic, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : English
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How can you make a liar tell the truth? How many people in the world share your birthday? Easy Questions, Evil Answers provides the answers to these questions and more. It's the perfect read for anyone who's ever wondered just how many footballs you can fit in a swimming pool and how long it takes to count to a million.
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Miscellanea
Miscellanea Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kjartan Poskitt; Philip Reeve
ISBN: 9781407114514 1407114514
OCLC Number: 620330595
Description: 159 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Contents: The suggestion box --
Some useful stuff --
Arithmetricks --
The formula board --
Pytho power --
When does 9-11=10? --
How far away is the horizon? --
How fast does the moon move? --
The Great Rhun and the box of one year's delight --
Calendar chaos! --
What is the very smallest measurement? --
How can you make a liar tell the truth? --
How far does a water current make you drift off course? --
What is the biggest shape you can put a fence around? --
How many snaps does it take to break up a chocolate bar? --
How many different nets of a cube are there? --
Did Dolly diddle the dodgy diamonds? --
Why can't you get a giant people-eating spider? --
What's that nasty thing in the basement? --
How many people in the world share your birthday? --
The shortest link --
A lot of hot air --
How do you make a perfect kite shape quickly? --
What is the biggest number? --
The curry burger problem --
How high is a kite? --
Can one giant sneeze blast the Earth out of orbit? --
The mysterious handcuffs --
Some unexpectedly evil football sums --
How much of Archimedes' bathwater is in every glass of water you drink? --
Goodbye!
Responsibility: by Kjartan Poskitt ; illustrated by Philip Reeve.

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