The wildly popular Weird But True! line is all dressed up for Halloween with 300 all-new spooky facts about candy, costumes, pumpkin carving, and more! Calling all boys and ghouls: You're in for a treat of freaky facts, stats, tidbits, and trivia about one of the most popular holidays! Did you know that there is an underwater pumpkin carving contest? Or that the U.S. Defense Department has a zombie apocalypse plan? Maybe you'd be amazed to discover that there are more Halloween emojis than there are U.S. states? It's all weird--and it's all true--in this latest and greatest edition, packed with hilarious and terrifying tidbits on Halloween!
Julie Beer is a freelance writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She's a longstanding researcher for National Geographic magazines and a regular contributor to NG books, including the NG Kids Encyclopedia of the United States and the Weird But True series.
Guided Reading Level
National Geographic Kids
September 20, 2020
Weird But True!
SOC014000 - Social Science | Holidays (non religious)
Library of Congress categories
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Halloween: 300 Spooky Facts to Scare You Silly (Weird But True!) Format: Paperback
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