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What's the Actually Factually Difference?: How to Tell the Difference Between 200 Things That Are Similar-But-Different

Jane Wilsher

What's the actually factually difference? One question. Over 200 particularly pernickety answers. Wow friends and family with the answers and more in this detailed encyclopedia, ideal for picking up over and over again.

  • What's the difference between a country and a continent?
  • What's the difference between an alligator and a crocodile?
  • And what about a wormhole and a black hole?

Well, there are seven continents and nearly 200 countries. You'd need to run faster from a gator than a croc, but a croc has sharper teeth and a flatter snout. And as for the trickiness of black holes and wormholes, you'll have to read inside to find the answer to that one. . .

What's the Actually Factually Difference? is an upbeat, fact-packed encyclopedia exploring the difference between over a hundred pairs. With sections on space, the body, the world, food, technology, transport, animals, and more, What's the Actually Factually Difference? is an accessible introduction to all kinds of popular subjects for children, extending learning by drilling down into the 'actually factually' detail of what's what.

For every pair, the same taxing question, "What's the difference between?", is asked and answered. Each time, both words are defined, including any similarities and differences. Additional pull-outs and facts are also included for every pair. Authored by Jane Wilsher with detailed and amusing artwork from Liz Kay, every fact is brought to life with humor and wit in this expansive title.

What's the Actually Factually Difference? opens up a world of facts and quizzing with family and friends. This fresh and fun encyclopedia brings non-fiction to life in an exciting new way, making it the perfect next adventure for curious young minds.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Words & Pictures
  • Publish Date: Feb 4th, 2025
  • Pages: 112
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 11.42in - 9.25in - 0.28in - 0.77lb
  • EAN: 9780711292703
  • Recommended age: 08-11
  • Categories: Games & Activities - Questions & AnswersReference - GeneralCuriosities & Wonders

About the Author

Jane Wilsher is an author and editor from the UK, and the founder of bop Publishing. Jane is the author of What Do Scientists Do All Day? (Wide Eyed, Editions, 2020), An Encyclopedia of Unbelievable Facts (Frances Lincoln Children's Books, 2021) and 21 Things to Do With a Tree (Ivy Kids, 2023).

Liz Kay is a freelance illustrator based in Yorkshire. When not busy doodling, Liz is usually found hiking and biking around the Yorkshire countryside and playing tennis for my local club. She's worked on a variety of commissions across illustrated maps, hand lettering and calligraphy, greetings cards, infographics, children's books, newspapers and magazines, and animation.