101 Amazing Facts - Jack Goldstein

101 Amazing Facts

By Jack Goldstein

  • Release Date: 2014-07-02
  • Genre: Reference
Score: 4
From 208 Ratings


Did you know that Shakespeare wrote the world’s first ever knock knock joke? How much of a ribbon worm’s own body can it eat and still survive if it gets a little hungry? What unusual lost property has been handed in on the London Underground? And what surprising kind of song is the American national anthem based on? This absolutely fascinating book contains over one hundred facts covering various categories such as war, music, TV & film, ancient civilizations, royalty and many more. So whether you want to know which pirate ate a man’s beating heart, or what Lennon and McCartney’s unfinished play was called, then this is the book for you.


  • Spare us your politics

    By Jjfun1
    Not so much “facts” as attempts to push a political agenda. Not very well written either. Go back to twitter.
  • True shacspere and fun

    By Glegoman
    All of it
  • Good Read !!!

    By Tsh00ter
    Held my interest and kept me searching for more. Could not stop until finished.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
  • Uhhhhh....

    By candy(real name kaylie)
    Doesn’t even tell u why.and it’s horrible from all I can tell.dont read it ok? Thanks GOODBYE!!!!!!!
  • Can I read the book now?

    By Niantic shut it down
  • I don't really like this book

    By Jesswhite34
    It is not that good
  • BAD

    By TheHoss$
  • 101 Amazing Facts

    By Zunitalks
    Very light reading. But on the whole, somewhat disappointing.
  • Umm...

    By NeverPayForWireless.com
    This is not my type of book, but you may find it interesting if you like stats and history facts. The author must have put a lot of time into researching this info.
  • Good

    By davissss___b
    Some of the facts were not as interesting as I would have hoped. TV & Film and Music were by far the best categories