This digest-sized trivia book is truly a wild and wacky surprise for trivia lovers everywhere. The action-packed pages are filled with entertaining categories, illustrations and over 500 brain-draining questions, providing hours of challenging yet amusing trivia entertainment.
Did you know that the first hockey puck was a sqaure, or that “You’re a Grand Old Flag” was originally called “You’re a Grand Old Rag?” Is there a 37-mile long magma chamber under New York City or Yellowstone National Park? Be stunned and stumped with over 500 brain-draining questions like these in this wildly amusing digest-sized trivia book. Even the sharpest of trivia minds will find hours of entertainment on pages full of mind-blowing questions and fun illustrations. Readers can go through the book page by page or flip through the categories, which range from sports, comics, and celebrities to Mother Earth, Chow Time and Game Time. Wild and wacky as it may be, you won’t want to put it down!
b) A playwright and prolific writer of novelty and pop culture books.
c) Co-author of Kid Culture and author of The Game of Life.
d) All of the above
Yup, all of the above. Lou Harry collaborated on this trivia book with Eric Berman, who is a reporter for WIBC News; a semifinalist in the Jeopardy Tournament of Champions and Midwestern champion at the 2001 American Crossword Puzzle Tournament; and coauthor of a weekly pub quiz in Bloomington, Indiana.