Fact or Fib? 2

Fact or Fib? 2

A Challenging Game of True or False

Book - 2014
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Provides sets of three alleged facts about science and encourages the reader to determine which are true and which are false.
Publisher: New York : Sterling Children's Books, c2014
ISBN: 9781480652941
Branch Call Number: J500 FURG
Characteristics: 207 pages : illustrations ; 14 x 19 cm
Alternative Title: Fact or fib two


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SPL_Childrens Sep 15, 2014

Fact or fib? A space suit has thirteen layers of material to keep an astronaut alive in space. During the first moon landing, in 1969, footprints were made on the surface which are still there today. The popsicle was invented by an eleven-year-old. As bananas ripen, they taste sweeter. A person could live for more than a month without food as long as drinkable water was available.

Fact or fib? Your stomach uses more oxygen than any other part of your body. If a man never shaved during his entire lifetime, his beard would be more than nine metres long! Less than ten percent of the earth’s oceans have been explored. Police can more easily track and catch criminals who use smart phones.

Readers will become caught up in the challenge of guessing the truth or untruth of these thought-provoking statements.

Answers and further information about each topic can be found by turning the page. Fascinating and informative, Fact or Fib 2 (and its prequel, Fact or Fib) would be thoroughly enjoyed by reluctant readers, enthusiastic readers and adults as well.


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