Any Body's Guess!: Quirky Quizzes About What Makes You Tick

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, May 11, 2010 - Games & Activities - 240 pages
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This fun quiz book is part stand-up act and part anatomy lesson, featuring 100 puzzling questions about the human body along with their hilarious and often surprising answers.

Part brainy quiz book, part brawny stand-up comedy, and all one hysterical anatomy lesson, Any Body's Guess!: Quirky Quizzes About What Makes You Tick poses 100 questions about this amazing machine, the human body, with its hopelessly lousy operating manual. Combining all the latest research, a collective six months of medical-school studies, and the bedside manners of Jerry Seinfeld, authors Michael J. Rosen, Ben Kassoy, and M. Sweeney Lawless answer such conundrums as:

* Can watching cartoons relieve pain?

* What career suits short-toed people?

* Can a musical instrument prevent snoring?

* French people do this 142/hour. The Brits: none. Do what?

* Two percent of Germans are mutants. So are 1 percent of Neanderthals. What kind?

* A ring finger that's longer than your index finger, means . . . ?

Fortified with fascinating facts, quasi-helpful illustrations, and plenty of humor-is-the-best-medicine prose, Any Body's Guess! is just what the doctor ordered--assuming you can read his handwriting.


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Michael J. Rosen has written or edited more than 80 books for both adults and children. He has spent numerous years directing programming at the Thurber House, the cultural center in James Thurber's boyhood home, where he edited four collections of Thurber's work, created a three-volume humor biennial, and established the Thurber Prize in American Humor. An educator, author, poet and illustrator, Michael lives in Glenford, Ohio.

His collaborator, Ben Kassoy, coauthored No Dribbling the Squid. He attends Emory University. M. Sweeney Lawless, comedy writer and performer, lives in New York City and can hide up to five bees secretly in her mouth.


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