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Vivaldi, Of Course! download ebook
ISBN:
1579122469
ISBN13:
978-1579122461
Author:
Danny Gurr
Publisher:
Black Dog & Leventhal (May 15, 2002)
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Pages:
256 pages
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1308 kb
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1635 kb
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Rating:
4.8

Vivaldi, Of Course! book. More than 1,000 brain-tickling, memory-challenging questions (with answers hidden safely in the back, of course) fill this book, on subjects ranging from Ancient Egypt to Word Usage

Vivaldi, Of Course! book. Think you know it all? Think again  . More than 1,000 brain-tickling, memory-challenging questions (with answers hidden safely in the back, of course) fill this book, on subjects ranging from Ancient Egypt to Word Usage.

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Yes man. Also by danny wallace. I wrote this book after keeping a diary

Yes man. Are You Dave Goreman? (with Dave Goreman). And the real story takes place over the course of several months; not so long ago. Several months which changed not just my life, but my entire way of life and my entire attitude to life. I should just say thanks to all those people I’ve written about in the next few hundred pages. I wrote this book after keeping a diary. Some of that diary I have written more on than other bits, some I didn’t include at all, and some has made it in word-for-word. I recommend keeping a diary. And lastly do me a favour.

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of ci. ISBN10 : 1376990245, ISBN13 : 9781376990249.

Think you know it all? Think again. More than 1,000 brain-tickling, memory-challenging questions (with answers hidden safely in the back, of course) fill this book, on subjects ranging from Ancient Egypt to Word Usage. Find out what you really know-and learn lots of new things-about Architecture, World Capitals, the Civil War, Aviation, Dogs, Politics, Classical Music, Cowboys, Insects, Money and 88 other fascinating subjects that you may have studied in school, but might just have gotten hazy on. Read it as a self-challenge, turn it into a game for two or break it out at a party and find out which of your so-called "smart" friends really knows his or her stuff. It's the most entertaining, fun and painless way to learn-or show off-imaginable.
Reviews:
  • Dilmal
Fun trivia book. Lots of terrific obscure facts.
  • Roru
I received this book as a gift and enjoyed it thoroughly.
Although the title doesn't really explain it, each chapter contains twenty questions on all kinds of subjects, from Newspapers to Art History, from the Civil War to Money, etc.
These questions are hard! Most are multiple choice, which helps, but for some questions, you need to match 5 or ten items (Match the following 5 historic newspaper publishers/editors with his paper--Joseph Pulitzer, William Randolph Hearst, James Gordon Bennett, etc).
I also found a mistake. In the Classical Music section, they list Richard Strauss as being born in 1804, when it really was 1864 (I think they were confused with Johann Strauss).
The answers are in the back. This is not for the individual who gets easily frustrated if they don't know the answer, but I would recommend this book to any huge fan of Millionaire, Jeopardy, or Trivial Pursuit.
  • komandante
This book challenges us with thoughtful questions and brain

teasers. For instance, do you know what 0 degrees Kelvin

stands for in the engineering sciences? Does entomology

deal with insects?

The work has discriminating factual information on a plethora

of subjects including history, music, the human body,

education and higher mathematics-just to name a few areas.

These brain teasers are perfect for discussion at any college

or frat party. Some of these questions could be helpful on

teacher certification examinations.
  • Dibei
In the first quiz we found one mistake (JFK was shot in 1963 not 1964), and one ambigious question (World War I fighting may have stopped in 1918, but the war didn't officially end until the Treaty of Versailles in 1919). Later we found other quizzes with mistakes as well. We didn't do the quizzes in order, but skipped around, and we stopped taking the quizzes after about the fourth one. It got to be that each answer that didn't match the book's answer necessitated a visit in my research library. Sometimes the book's answer was correct, but it was frequently wrong or at least ambigious enough to negate the question. The fun of the quizzes (which I admit we had at first) was negated by the time spent in the repeated searches.
  • Hucama
This is a wonderful book for anyone who enjoys brainteasers. My family spent Thanksgiving afternoon trying to stump each other with the questions in this book- most of which were very challenging.