- Violette Between?
- Batman Beyond: Industrial Revolution (Batman Beyond (2011))!
- Regional Economic Outlook, May 2009: Europe - Addressing the Crisis.
- Geography: History and Concepts.
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Hobby, Quiz & Game Books
Leaked texts show US quid pro quo talk on Ukraine. White House subpoenaed by House Dems for documents in impeachment investigation. I like how you can play with friends or by yourself and really enjoyed the bits of information after each question. I was given this Audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review. This format is a little different and at first I was a little put off by it but, in the end I rose to the challenge! Instead of categorizing the questions Sports, Movies, Geography, etc. Again, I warmed up to the format. And Rob Maxwell does a great job in almost an emcee fashion.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Would've liked a bit more info after the questions but pretty fun. Sometimes presented in a too obvious fashion. Also noticed a few typos or mis pronunciations. One that sticks out was a star wars question about emperor Palpatine. This is a fun book.
- Coventry Tales.
- Insights Magazine - Stedman Graham and James Malinchak!
- The Internal Auditing Handbook.
- Poetic Justice and Legal Fictions.
- The Legends of Wrestling: Classy Freddie Blassie: Listen, You Pencil Neck Geeks (WWE);
There are a variety of topics and they are mixed up so we don't get quizzed by topics. We can go from "who sings this song" to "what city is this".
Some were easy for me and some I didn't have any idea. Rob Maxwell was super as the narrator for this book. He would ask a question, take a few seconds for me to think and then give me the answer.
Computer quiz for grade 5
I loved it; it's both fun and educational. A must have for trivia lovers!
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher. Very fun and education audio book. Do not go into this expecting anecdotes, this is just questions and answers done for the sake of playing a trivia game. It is well produced and the narrator did a great job. The questions and facts were well researched and of a great variety. If you enjoy just listening to random facts about people, places and history, this is definitely for you.
The Sydney Morning Herald
I listened to the entire book in one sitting and thoroughly enjoyed it. Winnie-the-Pooh was first published in and Paddington Bear was created in William would be 59 - the last William story, William The Lawless, was published in , after Richmal Crompton's death. None - they don't actually have any ginger beer in the books. The famous phrase came from the film parody Five Go Mad in Dorset.
A quiz on children's books you can do in the car 16 August Which author's first story for children was The Gremlins?
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