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Bonkers Books: Think of a Link - How to Remember Absolutely Everything Award-winning author/illustrator

by Andy Salmon (author) and Clive Goddard (illustrator) (UK edition)

Suitable for 8 - 12 years

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Product Description

The capital of Brazil is Brasilia – because they’re brasiliant at football! Russia is the world’s biggest country… and if you Russia lot, you’ll get there first! Want to impress all your friends with your knowledge, amaze your parents and make your teachers gasp? Memorise a frenzy of incredible facts when you think of a link! From the home of children’s humour, this book is packed with wicked ways to remember tons of totally impressive stuff. Have fun mastering dates, names, facts, stats and other memory feats, in a guidebook stuffed with hilarious jokes, crazy cartoons and handy weblinks.

Product Details

Series

Bonkers Books

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407116488

Date published

April 4th, 2011

Other details
  • 208 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

Series

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  1. havilla
    on 19 October 2011

    dork diaries

    why dont ye make a seprate pop star..!!! because i have it already both of them but i dont have the pop star..!! PLEASE

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    AngelofDeath
    on 9 March 2014

    Helps you to improve your memory

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    CookieM
    on 6 March 2013

    This books helps you to improve your memory by linking words with things. It works too!

    4out of 5