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Are You Normal?: More Than 100 Questions…
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Are You "Normal"?: More Than 100 Questions That Will Test Your Weirdness…

by Mark Shulman

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Can you rub your belly and pat your head? Do you like pepperoni on your pizza? Are you normal? In the spirit of National Geographic Kids popular Weird But True series, the author has pulled out all the stops breaking down the facts on our silliest secrets. Did you know about twenty percent of 10-year-old kids probably still suck their thumbs and about two thirds can roll their tongues? This engaging book, full of colorful and witty illustrations, delivers a light-hearted approach to our most silly and sensitive traits. Perfect for tweens grappling with the transition into their teenage years, this book celebrates individuality and is a great reminder that “normal” is relative!

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Uses a question and answer format to share facts about the habits, preferences, and abilities of typical kids to enable readers to determine if their own characteristics are mainstream or distinctive, in a volume that introduces the idea that "normal" is a relative concept.… (more)

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