The Giant Book of Why, What, When, Where, How, and Who is loaded with interesting information and inviting images. It answers all the questions kids really want to know!
Through more than 1,000 fascinating facts and hundreds of awe-inspiring photos, kids will uncover answers to questions such as: Why are clownfish and sea anemones such close coral companions?; Why do scientists study dino poop? What is the slimiest and snottiest creature on the planet?; Where is the tallest waterfall?; What were the Vikings really like?; What is the largest living organism?; and Why does your body make so many gross noises? This must-read book includes chapters on animals, nature, amazing places, space, technology, history, the human body, sports, incredible inventions, and science. Kids will also discover record-breaking facts in Top 10 lists and Popular Science quizzes.
David Schonauer has written on subjects ranging from the Apollo 11 moon mission and rock climbing to environmental law and the history of paparazzi photography. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, The New York Times, Smithsonian, Outside and many other publications. He is the former editor in chief of American Photo magazine and the recipient of the National Magazine Award. He lives in Beacon, New York.