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Why Does Bright Light Make You Sneeze?

By Andrew Thompson

More than 150 new fun facts to delight, befuddle and amaze!


This bizarre and baffling trivia collection with delight and intrigue readers, with answers to age-old questions like who was Dr. Pepper and what causes new-car smell? Written by the bestselling author of Can Holding in a Fart Kill You?, this new collection has 150 more curious questions and astounding answers.


Perfect for any trivia junkie or fun fact connoisseur, this jam-packed book explains the answers to the questions you’ve always wondered, like why dogs have wet noses, why tornados never hit big cities, if vegetarians live longer, if it’s bad to “crack” your knuckles, and much more.


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Author Andrew Thompson

Andrew Thompson

Born in Australia in 1972, Andrew Thompson lived in London, England for 12 years where he practiced law, before embarking on a three year world tour that took him to 38 countries, including all of the habitable continents.

Andrew has written eight bestselling trivia books, Why Skies are Blue and Parrots Talk, Why Do Kamikaze Pilots Wear Helmets?, What Did We Use Before Toilet Paper?, Can Holding in a Fart Kill You?, Hair of the Dog to Paint the Town Red, Why Do Roller Coasters Make You Puke?, Why Does Bright Light Make You Sneeze?, and Spiders, Clowns, and Great Mole Rats, as well as the novel The Hemingway Solution, the travel memoir Dog Days, and a book about misused words The Suppository of all Wisdom.

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Released: Jul 2018
Price: $12.95

ISBN-13: 9781612437996

Trade Paper
8 x 5
280 pages


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