Unlimited [Ebooks Book] ☆ Learn Something New Every Day: 365 Facts to Fulfill Your Life - by Kee Malesky ✓


  • Title: Learn Something New Every Day: 365 Facts to Fulfill Your Life
  • Author: Kee Malesky
  • ISBN: 9781118112755
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Learn something new with 366 fascinating facts from NPR librarian Kee MaleskyWhat was the greatest thing before sliced bread 1 What color did carrots used to be 2 Why do many American spellings differ from their British counterparts 3 What does it mean to have one s eyes lined with ham 4 If you know the answers to these questions, then you re John Hodgman If you had toLearn something new with 366 fascinating facts from NPR librarian Kee MaleskyWhat was the greatest thing before sliced bread 1 What color did carrots used to be 2 Why do many American spellings differ from their British counterparts 3 What does it mean to have one s eyes lined with ham 4 If you know the answers to these questions, then you re John Hodgman If you had to look for them below, you need this book.5Kee Malesky, author of All Facts Considered, returns with a year s worth of facts on the arts, history, language, natural history, religion, and science to build up your brain From What is the only sea without coastlines to How did the tradition of April Fool s Day begin , this book is the best way to know stuff than that other guy.6Learn Something New Every Day is the ideal gift for anyone with an inquisitive mind and an appreciation of the wonders of the world around us But don t give it to them You don t want them to know than you do.1 Bagged bread 2 Purple 3 Blame or thank Noah Webster 4 That s the Italian expression for can t see the wood for the trees 5 You d enjoy it too, Mr Hodgman 6 Discovering than one fact per day can cause increased confidence We ve probably already put you at risk with the four above Learn safely.
    Kee Malesky
    Kee Malesky Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Learn Something New Every Day: 365 Facts to Fulfill Your Life book, this is one of the most wanted Kee Malesky author readers around the world.


    Commentaires:

    judy
    OK -- so I learned 365 Facts in 2 days. Does that make me a terrible person? I'm a perfect example of someone who should not be allowed to read a book like this. Many people can read their daily "fact"(really about 1/2 page each), pat themselves on the back mentally and continue with life. How lovely. Each day you learn something new (and they are new). Then there's me who abuses the system. I not only break the one a day rule, I keep finding information that could send me back to the library to [...]

    Lucy
    This fascinating book is worth anyone's time. The facts range from important to quite trivial and of course I already knew some. But lots were completely new and something I hadn't even considered. Great for dipping in or reading straight through. All items are short. There are even notes at the back giving the source. Check out: the Great Molasses Flood on Jan. 15; Navel Life on Feb. 1; the World's Largest Clock on Aug. 11; Your Own Image on Sept. 22 (a brief history of mirrors); The Most Myste [...]

    Mandolin
    Research has proven that if we exercise our brains every day, we’re much less likely to experience age-related degeneration of our much valued mental capacities! Crossword puzzles, sudoku, trivia: they all help. It makes it easier to add these activities to your daily routine if they’re interesting and fun. Enter Kee Malesky’s book: Learn Something New Every Day. This compendium of interesting facts, whose topics range from science and religion to history and geography, is a wonderful reso [...]

    Georgette
    "365 Facts to fulfill your life"ue that!!! I used this book in my classroom at the time, when I worked with middle school age kids. It was part of our morning routine. I would read the fact for the day. We all enjoyed the interesting information.

    Kimberly
    I love little nuggets of facts, background, information! A year's worth of daily info!

    Harold Cameron
    “Learn something new with 366 fascinating facts from NPR librarian Kee Malesky What was the greatest thing before sliced bread?1 What color did carrots used to be?2 Why do many American spellings differ from their British counterparts?3 What does it mean "to have one's eyes lined with ham"? 4 If you know the answers to these questions, then you're John Hodgman. If you had to look for them below, you need this book.5 Kee Malesky, author of All Facts Considered, returns with a year's worth of fa [...]

    Lesley
    One section a day, everyday, for an entire year and I am finally done with this book! I really enjoyed the idea of learning something new everyday and I think it is a concept that I should continue to keep up with. Each day was about 1/2 a page long and everyday was a new topic. The one thing I wish the author had done was tell us how each fact was connected with each specific day. In the prologue he did state that he chose each topic for that specific day for a reason, but I think it would have [...]

    Lbousson
    ***UPDATE 5/25/2016***So, as it turns out, I got done with a book and didn't know/couldn't readily find the next book on my "To Read" list, so I defaulted back to this book and finished it.Again, I think this book could be picked up later and re-read. I'm not a super brain in that I can remember everything in the first go round, but still. This book is highly entertaining. Well worth getting through it completely.++++++++++++++++++++++++++++I've been reading this book off and on since I first go [...]

    Cathy
    By NPR reference librarian Kee Malesky, this looks like fun and I might learn something too! She was recently interviewed by (surprise) NPR's Scott Simon: npr/2012/10/13/1627974

    Anne Fabing
    Great bathroom book. The short entries make the book easy to pick up and read short sections at a time. Very entertaining.

    Leaflet
    Lots of interesting factoids. Just the book to nibble before bedtime.

    Cheryle
    Fun!

    Nate
    Most of these stories were interesting. It was similar to her All Facts Considered. Some of the stories weren't cited which bothered me because some of the more interesting ones had no origin.

    • Unlimited [Ebooks Book] ☆ Learn Something New Every Day: 365 Facts to Fulfill Your Life - by Kee Malesky ✓
      307 Kee Malesky
    • thumbnail Title: Unlimited [Ebooks Book] ☆ Learn Something New Every Day: 365 Facts to Fulfill Your Life - by Kee Malesky ✓
      Posted by:Kee Malesky
      Published :2019-01-24T22:31:53+00:00