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7 edition of The sad facts found in the catalog.

The sad facts

by Pier Giorgio Di Cicco

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  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Fiddlehead Poetry Books in [Vancouver, B.C.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPier Giorgio Di Cicco.
SeriesFiddlehead poetry book ; no. 213
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR9195.7 .F53 no. 213, PR9199.3 .F53 no. 213
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p. ;
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4276788M
ISBN 100920110185
LC Control Number78302443

  The Sad Little Fact (Book): Winter, Jonah: "A sad little fact who is locked away for telling the truth. In its underground prison, it meets other facts, all hidden away because they could not lie. Finally, with the help of a few skillful fact-finders, the facts are set free"-- Provided by publisher. ★★★★★ This book allows its readers to meet the Sad Little Fact and many other little facts along the way. The Sad Little Fact lives in a world in which facts are dismissed and ultimately deemed 'fake,' then thrown away. The authorities of the world declare that lies are facts, and the world grows dark and dreary. However, hope is on the horizon as a band of fact-finders discover all.

  The book starts out with facts listed such as 2+2=4, great. Then, it says that all humans originated as apes. It goes on to push the theory that humans are causing global warming. This liberal book is crap. Push your ideas on someone else, not innocent kids.5/5. Buy this book at Amazon. If you like our lists on myth debunking and fascinating facts, you will love this book. This surprisingly lengthy book is jam-packed with real answers to a number of less-than-burning questions-camels store fat, not water, in their humps; only five out of every , paper clips are used to clip papers; the first American president was in fact Peyton Randolph-that.

Sad Animal Facts by Brooke Barker. A delightful and quirky compendium of the Animal Kingdom’s more unfortunate truths, with over hand-drawn : Brooke Barker.   Sad stories will make you cry, but they will also make you contemplate life in a way that can be very rewarding. A strong sad story will make you feel less alone—more aware of the fact that no one’s experience of this world is all rainbows and unicorns. We all have to trudge through the darker aspects of existence.


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When the Authorities lock the sad little The sad facts book away, along with other facts, the world goes dark. But facts are stubborn things. With the help of a few skillful fact finders, they make a daring escape and bring truth back to brighten the world/5(23). This book allows its readers to meet the Sad Little Fact and many other little facts along the way.

The Sad Little Fact lives in a world in which facts are dismissed and ultimately deemed "fake," then thrown away. The authorities of the world declare that lies are facts, and the world grows dark and dreary/5.

THE SAD LITTLE FACT is just trying to do his job -- reinforce truths and uphold facts. He's sad, though, because the "authorities" are trying to silence facts by sealing them in a box and burying them deep underground. The authorities and their minions churn fake facts out of a factory, labeling them as "real" facts.5/5.

A New York Times bestselling author and the #1 New York Times bestselling illustrator of The Good Egg deliver a perfectly timed, funny read-aloud about the importance of telling the truth. There once was a fact who could not lie.

But no one believed him. When the Authorities lock the sad little fact away, along with other facts, the world goes dark. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Di Cicco, Pier Giorgio, Sad facts. [Vancouver, B.C.]: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, (OCoLC) This book is a combination of true facts about animals and a funny spin on each fact.

Sometimes the facts are sad but they are balanced by humorous and wise insights. A drawing (by the author) is accompanied each fact.

What's amazing is that this book is suitable for ages 2 to It's educational, funny and uplifts your spirit/5(). The book I read was Sad Animal Facts. It was so interesting and I honestly couldn't put it down. This book drew my attention because I love animals and I love facts.

The facts written in this book really catch your attention and make you ask yourself, "Can that animal really do that?"/5. A little comic about the best weekend in the most beautiful place I’ve ever seen.

The only Norwegian words I learned are takk and kanelsnurrer, and I’m not great at pronouncing either of them. 14 ‘Harry Potter’ facts that will break your heart Because you’re never truly over your first heartbreak. Due to the ongoing COVID pandemic, our coverage will be : Marama Whyte.

About The Sad Little Fact. A New York Times bestselling author and the #1 New York Times bestselling illustrator of The Good Egg deliver a perfectly timed, funny read-aloud about the importance of telling the truth.

There once was a fact who could not lie. But no one believed him. When the Authorities lock the sad little fact away, along with other facts, the world goes dark. The world Book Depository (free shipping to many countries) or ask your local bookstore to order it for you.

(Sadder and cuter and softer) A new book about the strange and sad lives of newborn animals, with over heart-breaking facts and hand-drawn illustrations you’ve never seen before.

Did you know that hippos attract mates by peeing, elephants only sleep two hours a night, and male bees are locked out of the hive during winter. I’m a writer and illustrator living in the Netherlands, and I draw sad animal facts. I’ve spent the last three years researching and illustrating sad facts about adorable animals and sharing them online.

The Hardcover of the Sad Animal Facts by Brooke Barker at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Brooke Barker is an author and illustrator living in Portland, Oregon. This is her first book. Read an Excerpt. Sad Animal Facts. By Brooke Barker. There is a sad fact for every animal on earth, from fish and reptiles to cetaceans 4/4(2).

When the Authorities lock the sad little fact away, along with other facts, the world goes dark. But facts are stubborn things. With the help of a few skillful fact finders, they make a daring escape and bring truth back to brighten the world.

Because after all, “a fact is a fact” and that’s that. The truth will set you free, and The Sad Little Fact ($12) seeks to teach kids about facts. But if you are in a good mood The Sad Little Fact by Jonah Winter most likely was a fantastic book about how facts are buried when they do not suit the person/people who are burying them.

If you are in a less than good mood mostly like it becomes, “What a preachy little book.” I was someplace in the middle. There is a lot about this book to. The CIA World Factbook with global information on geography, people, governments, economies, communications, transportation, the military, and international issues.

“There was once a fact. A little fact. A sad little fact.” Thus opens this well-meaning picture book, leaving us with the question: Why is the fact sad. Well, because no one believes it, “They’d walk right past it or step over it without so much as a blink.” For the sad little fact, depicted as a soft blue dot, things get worse.

A colorful fable about facts and fake news. Winter and Oswald try to take on the current scourge of fake news, presenting the titular “sad little fact” as a circular blue splotch with skinny limbs and bewildered eyes. “No one took the fact seriously,” intones the text as various multicolored shapes ignore the fact.

Books Alive. Read aloud a very timely and important story about truth and lies. Facts don't change. A fact is a fact. More funny reads here. books read aloud for kids by listen and follow along as i read 📕BUY THIS BOOK- BOOKS READ ALOUD FOR KIDS BYLISTEN AND FOLLOW ALONG AS I READ.A New York Times bestselling author and the #1 New York Times bestselling illustrator of The Good Egg deliver a perfectly timed, funny read-aloud about the importance of telling the truth.

There once was a fact who could not lie. But no one believed him. When the Authorities lock the sad little fact away, along with other facts, the world goes dark. But facts are stubborn things.

The Sad Little Fact (Book): Winter, Jonah: "Follow a sad little fact who is locked away for telling the truth. In its underground prison, it meets other facts, all hidden away because they could not lie.

Finally, with the help of a few skillful fact-finders, the facts are set free."-- Provided by publisher.