Now I Know More: The Revealing Stories Behind Even More of the World's Most Interesting Facts

Dan Lewis (Author)
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Description

"Every story in the book is interesting, and Lewis includes a 'bonus fact' at the end of each story, which is a mini mind bender on its own." --BoingBoing

"A mind-tickling encyclopedia...Now I Know is a treat in its entirety...an oasis of learning about what you don't yet know...but are glad you found." --Brain Pickings

Dan Lewis, creator of the Webby Award-winning Now I Know newsletter, is back with 101 unbelievable-but-true stories to blow your mind. Get ready to find out the real deal behind a new collection of fascinating facts. From pink camouflaged fighter planes to secret Harry Potter characters, Now I Know More covers everything from history and science to sports and pop culture.

You'll learn about made-up towns that made their way onto real maps, the time three MLB teams squared off in a single game, and ninety-nine more curious cases of remarkable trivia. And it's all true. With this book, you really will know more

Product Details

Price
$14.99
Publisher
Adams Media Corporation
Publish Date
November 01, 2014
Pages
271
Dimensions
5.9 X 0.9 X 7.3 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781440582158
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About the Author

Dan Lewis is a father, husband, Mets fan, lawyer, and trivia buff. He writes a daily e-mail called "Now I Know," which began in June of 2010 with twenty subscribers and now boasts more than 100,000. A proud graduate of Tufts University and the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, he's currently a digital strategist for a well-known children's company. You can sign up for his newsletter at www.NowIKnow.com.

Reviews

"Dan Lewis' Now I Know More: The Revealing Stories Behind Even More of the World's Most Interesting Facts is dedicated to proving me wrong and, surprisingly, it repeatedly succeeds. Perhaps the best part of the large and growing collection of watercooler facts is the lightheartedness of the writing." - BookTrib.com