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Gross FACTopia!

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Gross Factopia  by Paige Towler

Weird, gross and abnormal - gross science facts for kids. 

Let the kids loose with this off topic playground of icky facts. Beak out of the everyday rules and revile in smelly, slimy, and moist facts that are not suited for the diner table. 

Very educational a fun way to get kids interested and engaged in science. 

Thank you to the author Paige Towler the publisher Brittanica Books  and for netgalley For sending me an a copy of this book for my honest review. 

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This is a great book for anyone who loves random gross facts.  The books is cleverly designed using lines to follow from section to section allowing you to skip around based on what you want to find out about.  Beautiful illustrations.  A must for kids.
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This silly book tells a variety of gross facts that kids are bound to be obsessed with. From poop to skunks to strange ancient medical treatments, this book has all of the grossest and silliest facts kids will want to know! I can definitely see my grade 3 students being enthralled by this weird book. It is definitely a potential future favourite of my students and I'm sure others in this grade range too! I would recommend this book to teachers and parents of children in the age 7-12 range. Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for giving me the opportunity to read and review this book!
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This book of gross facts is a winner. Some facts were so gross I couldn't believe they were true and had to look them up, they were indeed true. I also enjoyed how everything connected to the facts around them. It really is a great way to make education fun and I will be purchasing this book in the future
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Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for letting me review this book. 
This book is an explosion of color! I like how the contents’ page is set up. The zigzag lines connecting each info piece is great. It’s easier for your eyes to follow instead of guessing where to goto next. 
There are some interesting facts that I bet adults wouldn’t know. I’ve always heard the expression, “Running around like a chicken with it’s head cut off.” and after reading this, I understand the expression better.
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