Brand new ‘A Fact for Every Day of the Year’ book from National Geographic Kids!

Be amazed and astounded with a new fact every single day of the year...

With 365 fascinating facts on everything from animals and nature to science, space, the world and more.

Did you know that red-eyed tree frogs have three eyelids?

That candy floss was actually invented by a dentist?

Or that on the 4th November 1922, Ancient Egypt’s most famous pharaoh was discovered?

You’ll find a perfect mix of random trivia and β€˜on this day’ facts, plus tons of colourful photos to entertain all year round.

Here’s some amazing facts from the book:

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Snails have more teeth than any other animal on the planet. A garden snail has around 14,000 teeth!

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The little blob of toothpaste on your toothbrush is called a nurdle.

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Birmingham has more kilometres of canal than Venice in Italy!

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When hydrogen burns it produces water.

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A neutron star is a collapsed star. A teaspoon of neutron star would weigh more than Mount Everest!

Get your copy and find out LOADS of facts.

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