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Uncle John's 24-Karat Gold Bathroom Reader - cover

Uncle John's 24-Karat Gold Bathroom Reader

Institute Bathroom Readers'

Publisher: Portable Press

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Summary

The twenty-fourth edition in the bestselling bathroom-reading series is jam-packed with over 500 pages of absorbing trivia material. The information miners at the Bathroom Readers’ Institute have unearthed a priceless collection of surprising, amazing, head-scratching, and hilarious articles. Divided by length for your sitting convenience, 24-Karat Gold is chock-full of little-known history, random origins, weird news, celebrity secrets, and urban legends. As always, you’ll find plenty of dumb criminals, clever wordplay, quirky quotations, and much, much more. Just open to any page—who knows what treasures await you?  ·      Judges gone wild  ·      The Barbie scandals  ·      Canada’s underpants king  ·      Helen Keller: vaudeville star  ·      The double A-bomb survivors  ·      The history of the umbrella  ·      America's forbidden island  ·      What the Hokey Pokey is really all about  And much, much more
Available since: 07/15/2012.
Print length: 544 pages.

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