Organized into eight chapters, Listomania covers questions of human behavior, trivia facts about geography (past and present), etymology, mythology, ancient and recent history, as well as pop culture. Some of the lists included are:
Illustrated in full color with playful images, graphs, charts, captions, and photographs, this colorful book brings a new face to trivia and is sure to wow readers, surprise them, and make them laugh from cover to cover. Listomania functions as a practical information resource as well as a fun and quirky gift for readers of any age.
With two infographic books under their belt (Show Me How, 2008 and More Show Me How, 2010), the Show Me How Team knows how to combine pictures and images in a manner that communicates information in an effective yet exciting manner. This team knows how to make facts fun and are eager to enlighten us with this next compilation of hilarious and hard-to-believe trivia.
This is the most amaaazing factbook you'll ever find. It's got little known interesting facts grouped, and pretty illustrations from cover to cover. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
My daughter loves to curl up with this book and just poor over the facts. I think we are going to buy the next one too.Published 2 months ago by J. Schmidt
I love facts and little tidbits. My friends and I sat on the couch just reading and enjoying this book.Published 4 months ago by Meagan
Awesome book, simply awesome.
I would recommend this for all adults and children. Could be more graphical, but its still gripping :).
One of the better Bathroom reading accessories I have come across however, I am sure it would be an enjoyable read in any setting (pun intended).Published 21 months ago by Duane C. Cochran
This book is awesome I loved reading every page of it. I would recommend this book to just about anyone.Published 21 months ago by *****
After reading Karl Shaw's "10 Ways to Recycle a Corpse: and 100 More Dreadfully Distasteful Lists" I went on the hunt for an even bigger and better list book. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Tricia
I like light educational reading.
History, Discovery, National Geographic reading.
I am a little ADD and the older I get the harder it is to concentrate. Read more