My Weird School Fast Facts: Explorers, Presidents, and Toilets

My Weird School Fast Facts


Author: Dan Gutman


Illustrator: Jim Paillot

An all-new series of weird-but-true facts that kids will love, narrated by A.J. and Andrea from Dan Gutman’s bestselling My Weird School series and featuring tons of photos and illustrations.

In this book kids will learn:

1. Soldiers in World War I collected thousands of glowworms in jars to help them see at night.
2. The word independence never appears in the Declaration of Independence.
3. President Ulysses S. Grant once got a speeding ticket-while “driving” a horse and carriage.
4. In 1918 a pigeon saved the lives of 500 US soldiers.

And much, much more!

Join A.J. and the gang on an unforgettable adventure through the past to discover U.S. history facts funny enough to make your ancestors laugh!



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