What do curious kids want to find out more about? Ancient Rome? Animals? Dinosaurs? Science? The solar system? Volcanoes? DKfindout! brings kids fun facts in a new book series based on the award-winning website, www.dkfindout.com.
Here are some adorable kids telling us all they know and what they want to find out:
Want more? Here are some fun DKfindout! facts from our new books:
97% of all animals are invertebrates (animals with no backbone).
At eight feet long, the titanosaur thigh bone is the largest dinosaur bone ever found.
Around one million people lived in ancient Rome.
Most of Uranus’s moons are named after characters in Shakespeare plays, for example Puck and Miranda.
You cannot fall off the Earth because gravity always pulls you down.
Mount St. Helens in the US produced a bolt of lightning every second when it erupted in 1980.