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Why Do Clocks Run Clockwise? (original 2002; edition 1988)

by David Feldman

Series: Imponderables (2)

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Ponder, if you will ...What is the difference between a kit and a caboodle?Why don't people get goose bumps on their faces?Where do houseflies go in the winter?What causes that ringing sound in your ears? Pop-culture guru David Feldman demystifies these topics and so much more in Why Do Clocks Run Clockwise? -- the unchallenged source of answers to civilization's most nagging questions. Part of the Imponderables? series and charmingly illustrated by Kassie Schwan, Why Do Clocks Run Clockwise? challenges readers with the knowledge about everyday life that encyclopedias, dictionaries, and almanacs just don't have. And think about it, where else are you going to get to the bottom of why hot dogs come ten to a package while hot dog buns come in eights?… (more)
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Title:Why Do Clocks Run Clockwise?
Authors:David Feldman
Info:Collins (1988), Paperback, 272 pages
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Why Do Clocks Run Clockwise? And Other Imponderables by David Feldman (2002)

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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
Great collection of imponderables in the form of questions and answers. ( )
  Abrahamray | Oct 13, 2019 |
A collection of obscure facts, such as why do clocks run the way they do? ( )
  nancynova | Mar 22, 2014 |
2/12/2010
  MissJessie | Oct 16, 2013 |
"For the girl who's always asking why"
Is the inscription my mother put in this book before giving it to a fourteen-year-old me. This series has answered many questions for me and prompted many more. It's truly fascinating and well written. ( )
  benuathanasia | Sep 5, 2012 |
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Ponder, if you will ...What is the difference between a kit and a caboodle?Why don't people get goose bumps on their faces?Where do houseflies go in the winter?What causes that ringing sound in your ears? Pop-culture guru David Feldman demystifies these topics and so much more in Why Do Clocks Run Clockwise? -- the unchallenged source of answers to civilization's most nagging questions. Part of the Imponderables? series and charmingly illustrated by Kassie Schwan, Why Do Clocks Run Clockwise? challenges readers with the knowledge about everyday life that encyclopedias, dictionaries, and almanacs just don't have. And think about it, where else are you going to get to the bottom of why hot dogs come ten to a package while hot dog buns come in eights?

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