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Middle Grade Nonfiction Book Review – Totally Random Questions Volume 6

TOTALLY RANDOM QUESTIONS VOLUME 6:

101 Fascinating and Factual Q&As

Written by Melina Gerosa Bellows

Full-Color Photo Credits from Multiple Sources

(Bright Matter Books; H/C $12.99, Paperback $8.99, Ages 8-12)

 

 

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Publisher Summary:

How much does a human skeleton weigh? Who was Bluetooth technology named after? What do rabbits do when they’re happy? Discover the answers to these questions and more in the newest installment of this kid-friendly series packed with fun, fascinating Q&As!

 

Review:

Totally Random Questions Vol. 6 by Melina Gerosa Bellows keeps this popular series going strong. Its small size (six-by-six inches) fits perfectly into hands. And it doesn’t take up much room in backpacks because middle-graders will bring this book to school to quiz their BFFs. With a wide range of topics, there’s something for everyone such as information about animals, sports, science, famous people, and then some.

 

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Interior pages 170 and 171 from Totally Random Questions Volume 6 by Melina Gerosa Bellows, Bright Matters Books ©2023.

 

The format alternates between multiple-choice and true-or-false questions. Interesting information served in this fast way makes for an engaging experience. Wanting to test my knowledge kept me immersed as did the gorgeous full-color photos. Facts I found fascinating include: Cats can drink salt water, the average human skeleton weighs about 25 pounds, and pink snow (also known as “watermelon snow”) really exists.

Kids and adults will have fun reading and challenging one another. Books from this series make great gifts for birthdays and beyond. Volumes 7 and 8 will be available this August.

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