Truth or Poop: true or false quiz book series

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Truth or Poop? Amazing Animal Facts: A True or False Quiz Book for Curious 7+ Readers - Can You Sort the Fact from the Fiction? Publisher's summary

True or false quiz book all about amazing animals that’ll keep you guessing to the end for fans of National Geographic Kids Weird but True books.

Here’s the challenge - can you sort the facts from the fibs:

  • The closest living relative to the T-Rex is a chicken
  • Some worms can jump
  • An armadillo's armour is bulletproof
  • A bat can eat up to 1,000 insects per hour
  • Hippos can run faster than humans

In this wild and wacky audiobook, you’ll discover 50 amazing animal facts. Some will sound stupid, some will seem obvious, and some may even sound familiar. But you’ve got to think long and hard to work out which are real and which are complete nonsense. That’s right, some are the truth and others are poop!

Kids will get hooked, parents will be baffled, teachers will go cross-eyed, and grandparents will lose their false teeth.

This is the perfect gift for inquisitive children that will widen their knowledge and keep them entertained and amazed for hours!

©2021 James Warwood (P)2021 James Warwood
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  • Book 1

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  • Book 2

    Truth or Poop? Spectacular Space: True or False Quiz Book for Curious 7+ Kids - can you sort the fact from the fiction? Audio
    • Truth or Poop? Spectacular Space: True or False Quiz Book for Curious 7+ Kids - can you sort the fact from the fiction?

    • By: James Warwood
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  • Book 3

    Truth or Poop? Gloriously Gross Facts: A True or False Quiz Book for Curious 7+ Readers – can you sort the fact from th
    • Truth or Poop? Gloriously Gross Facts: A True or False Quiz Book for Curious 7+ Readers – can you sort the fact from the fiction?

    • By: James Warwood
    Not available on audible.com