Winner of the Blue Peter Book Award 2016 - Best Book with FactsBursting with lively, fun, information-packed text which children will loveThe author is a 'data visualization manager' for the Guardian and spends every day obtaining random knowledge!Packed full with brilliant and quirky illustrations and infographicsThe sequel to 'The Awesome Book of Awesomeness'Adam Frost is one of the UK's most exciting new children's writers. His stories can be found in print, online and in exhibitions and installations. He has won the Blue Peter Book Award 2016 - Best Book with Facts, and been nominated for the Ottakar's (now Waterstone's) Children's Book Prize.Pick up this book and see what you can find... Crikey! That's dead scary. If all the dead people on earth came back to life as zombies there would be 101 billion zombies in the world. Aagh! Run for your life! Check your worryometer! If you see a tiger shark be very afraid, it will eat you. On the other hand if it's a zebra shark - did you know they don't attack people? Safe! Is there anybody there? Messaging home from outer space can take forever! If you're on Venus, a message sent would reach home in 8 minutes and from Neptune it would take over 4 hours! Better check you're in range. Seeing RED! You'll have to travel all the way to Antarctica to see a red waterfall. It's called Blood Falls and the water is turned red by the element iron. WOW! Top trunks! Find out all the things an elephant does with its trunk. He would die without it. GAV! GAV! It's barking, literally, a dog bark in Russian. You'll find many of the noises animals make in different languages. WOOF! WOOF! How cool is that!Winner of the Blue Peter award - Best Book with Facts, 2016. Impress your friends with your EPIC knowledge about the weirdest, silliest, funniest, scariest and most worrisome things in the whole world, ever!Funny facts that made your head fizzleWill keep young minds engaged for hours
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Adam Frost has been writing children's books and poems for about seven years. In 2009, he wrote a set of poems for London Zoo's new kids' zone - if you visit the zone you can see his poems next to the enclosures. His favourite animal is the brown-throated sloth.