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by Russell Ash

ePub Top 10 of Everything download
Author:
Russell Ash
ISBN13:
978-0356159836
ISBN:
0356159833
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Publisher:
Queen Anne P (November 9, 1989)
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Subcategory:
Puzzles & Games
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1340 kb
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1371 kb
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Russell Ash (18 June 1946 – 21 June 2010) was the British author of the Top 10 of Everything series of books, as well as Great Wonders of the World, Incredible Comparisons and many other reference, art and humour titles, most notably his series of b. .

Russell Ash (18 June 1946 – 21 June 2010) was the British author of the Top 10 of Everything series of books, as well as Great Wonders of the World, Incredible Comparisons and many other reference, art and humour titles, most notably his series of books on strange-but-true names, Potty, Fartwell & Knob, Busty, Slag and Nob End and (for children) Big Pants, Burpy and Bumface

Russell Ash has written and contributed to over 100 successful books, including 20 years of Top 10 of Everything, Whitaker's World of Facts and Tall Stories. He is regularly featured on TV and radio

Russell Ash has written and contributed to over 100 successful books, including 20 years of Top 10 of Everything, Whitaker's World of Facts and Tall Stories. He is regularly featured on TV and radio. Series: TOP 10 OF EVERYTHING. Hardcover: 256 pages. This is a wonderful addition to our school library's reference section that also includes The Guinness Book of Records. I can hand this to a bored and fidgeting sophomore knowing that he will not surface from it until the bell rings. That is high praise indeed.

Top 10 of Everything is an internationally distributed illustrated reference book of quantifiable Top 10 lists on a diverse variety of subjects, written by Russell Ash until his death in 2010, by Caroline Ash from 2010-present, and Paul Terry (2014 .

Top 10 of Everything is an internationally distributed illustrated reference book of quantifiable Top 10 lists on a diverse variety of subjects, written by Russell Ash until his death in 2010, by Caroline Ash from 2010-present, and Paul Terry (2014 'Top 10 for Boys') and published annually since 1989. Facts and statistics about animals, geography, music, films, business, transport, sport and many other subjects are presented.

Top 10 of Everything book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. With annual sales of 200,000 copies, Top 10 of Everything is clearly the place people go to get the lowdown on what or who was the best, worst, richest, fiercest, deadliest, or simply biggest of practically anything.

Russell Ash is the uncontested king of lists. Not simply a career, listmaking is his legend, facts his friends, statistics his sanctuary, trivia his triumph. He was descended from a family of craftsmen who were London goldsmiths and silversmiths for several generations since the 17th century - the most notable being Claudius Ash (1792-1854), one of the principal inventors of false teeth. His father was a bookbinder at the British Museum. He has compiled various award-winning popular reference titles, including the perennial bestselling Top Ten of Everything, which has also inspired a weekly network children's television series in the UK (in which he appears).

Top 10 of Everything 2013. I purchased this book as a gift and couldn't help but spend hours pouring through it (before I wrapped it). Subjects are covered according to chapter and include: 1. The Universe and the Earth 2. Life on Earth 3. The Human World 4. Town and Country 5. Culture and Learning 6. Music 7. Entertainment 8. The Commercial World 9. On the Move 10.

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  • One of my favorite books to get. Packs a lot of info. Very informative

  • This is a wonderful addition to our school library's reference section that also includes The Guinness Book of Records. I can hand this to a bored and fidgeting sophomore knowing that he will not surface from it until the bell rings. That is high praise indeed. This compendium of lists is fun, interesting, arresting, and always has something to linger over. It ends up all over the library. Please, more goodies like this!!!

  • great for kids time capsule of when they were born

  • Book as described and on time!

  • We use this book when we have family over for dinner. It engages everyone.
    I ask the ? and then each person that wants to participate answers. The rule is that each person responds and then the correct answer is given.

    If you choose to follow this format, it allows each person, no matter what age or intelligence, to give their response. Then when the caller gives the correct answer people immediately reflect on their own response first; then they think about whether they were correct. Believe it or not all this happens quickly (in my experience). There is not usually a focus on who was right or wrong. It may take some time to get participants used to the idea of going around the table before hearing whether their answer was correct.

    Children, probably, benefit from this approach the most, however; this approach allows everyone to save face.

    mcmg

  • Those older versions are awesome. The new 2015 edition is awful...

  • I got this book for a grandchild who loves facts and figures and history and seem to remember ALL this trivia. He loves it as well as several other grandchildren. Great book. Good price.

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