Uncle John's Actual and Factual Bathroom Reader

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It’s an actual fact—Uncle John is the most entertaining thing in the bathroom!

Uncle John and his team of devoted researchers are back again with an all-new collection of weird news stories, odd historical events, dubious “scientific” theories, jaw-dropping lists, and more. This entertaining 31st anniversary edition contains 512 pages of all-new articles that will appeal to readers everywhere. Pop culture, history, dumb crooks, and other actual and factual tidbits are packed onto every page of this book. Inside, you’ll find . . .
  • Dogs and cats who ran for political office
  • The bizarre method people in Victorian England used to resuscitate drowning victims
  • The man who met his future pet—a stray dog—while running across the Gobi Desert
  • Searching for Planet X—the last unknown planet in our solar system
  • Twantrums—strange Twitter rants that had disastrous effects
  • The true story of Boaty McBoatface
And much more!
 
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About the author

The Bathroom Readers' Institute is a tight-knit group of loyal and skilled writers, researchers, and editors who have been working as a team for years. The BRI understands the habits of a very special market—Throne Sitters—and devotes itself to providing amazing facts and conversation pieces.

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Publisher
Simon and Schuster
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Published on
Sep 4, 2018
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Pages
512
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ISBN
9781684124985
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Language
English
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Genres
Humor / Form / Puns & Wordplay
Humor / Form / Trivia
Reference / Trivia
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This content is DRM protected.
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Eligible for Family Library

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