What are Hyenas Laughing At, Anyway?

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Berkley Books, 1996 - Curiosities and wonders. - 283 pages
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Why do pharmacists always stand on platforms? Why do we close our eyes when we kiss? Why no canned broccoli? Feldman dares to ponder the Imponderables in his addictively fascinating question-and-answer books that have already sold over two million copies. This new volume offers facts, clues, and theories about the great mysteries of everyday life that keep us perpetually puzzled--and endlessly entertained. Nationl media.

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Feldman is the author of the Imponderables series, as well as Who Put the Butter in Butterfly? and How to Win at Just About Everything. He has a master's degree in popular culture from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and consults and lectures on the media. He lives in New York City.

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