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The Book of 1,001 Trivia Questions
     

The Book of 1,001 Trivia Questions

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by Rick Campbell, William C. MacKay, Tommy Jenkins
 
Stump your friends! Surprise your family! Find the answers to such questions as:
  • What two actors won Oscars for playing the same character in two different films?
  • How many bones are there in the human body?
  • What is the southernmost state in the United States?
  • What is the largest living rodent?
  • Which actress/film director first achieved

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The Book of 1,001 Trivia Questions 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
While reading this book I question a date about Frank Sinatra. He died in 1998, not 1988 as the book states in question number 370.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Question # 806: How many states' names are only spelled with one vowel? Can you name them? Well they have New Jersey in the seven listed, but not Maryland. If they are saying that y is a vowel then New Jersey is wrong and there is only six. But if y is not a vowel in this case then they are wrong because then Maryland needs to be on the list and there is actually eight.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A group of us are challeging the question: Are the names of any states spelled with a single constanant? We challange that the answer is Ohio and Iowa. Please respond by e-mail
Guest More than 1 year ago
While sipping my Godiva hot chocolate and flipping through this book with a friend of mine, we noticed this huge discrepancy with question # 807. It went something like this: Which states in the US contain only one consonant in its name? So I thought about it, and Iowa came to mind first. The answer they give you reads: Only one -- Ohio. Am I missing something here? Other than that, some of the questions point out extremely obscure facts, which could be enjoyable to read for some. A good placement for this book would be on a coffee table.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a humorous book that doesn't take itself too seriously. Almost nothing in it is important, but lots of it is fun.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Q.# 76 says Laverne & Shirley ran from 1969-1974 when in reality it ran from 1976-1983. It was a spinoff of Happy Days, which itself didn't start until 1974 or thereabouts.