Are You "Normal"?: More Than 100 Questions That Will Test Your Weirdness

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National Geographic Books, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 176 pages
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Can you roll your tongue? Cross your eyes? Whistle? Rub your belly and pat your head? Are you normal? Well, here's a way to find out. This book will have kids paying attention to everything from the way they sleep to how they brush their teeth. Throughout the 176 pages, kids will answer questions about themselves that they've never thought about before. How many squares of toilet paper do you use when you go to the bathroom? When you write on a piece of paper, is it straight on the desk in front of you? At an angle? Practically upside down? How do you stack up against other kids your age? This book is chock-full of fun statistics, witty humour, and weird but true facts that kids can really relate to. The combination of colourful, outrageous design, photos, and illustration and valuable content will make this book a must-have. After all, wouldn't you like to know if you're normal?

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Mark Shulman is a character and has a background in radio, which makes him a terrific spokesperson. He has been a camp counselor, a radio announcer, a ma tre d' in a fancy restaurant, a New York City tour guide, and a creative advertising guy. Mark's written many books about many things--sharks, storms, robots, palindromes, gorillas, dodo birds, Star Wars, Ben Franklin, how to hide stuff, how to voodoo your enemies, and how to make a video from start to finish.

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