Book Review: National Geographic Ultimate Weird but True
By Alesh F., 4th Grade
1. Instead of money, a cash machine in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, dispenses 24-karat gold bars and coins.
2. Dazzled with 300,000 crystals, a Mercedes Benz is worth $1 million
3. Traffic lights were invented before cars.
4. By measuring brain activity, a device called MineSet allows you to control video games with your thoughts.
These facts came from the book National Geographic Ultimate Weird but True.
I totally recommend this book for all people that like facts about weird and wacky phenomenon. It’s one of my favorite books because it’s full of really cool facts that are all in one place.
Alesh – I’d love to try out that gold-dispensing ATM, but it might just eat my ATM card! This sounds like a good book. What would you recommend reading after this?
That car is super bling Alesh! I think if I saw it driving on the road in Eugene I might be so amazed that I’d crash trying to look at it. It must have taken a long time to put all those crystals on that car one by one. That is amazing!